OnTime connects to a CueScript CSTD Time Display and CSMV2 (or previous CSM) prompt monitor. The CSTD digital time code display mounts to the CueScript CSMV2 (and CSM) prompter range.
Information on the CSTD Time Display:
The CueScript CSTD Time Display also doubles as a cue light, taking the camera tally signal via CueScript’s photoelectric cell sensor or the wired camera tally. This changes the numbers from green to red when live/ on air.
There are 4 ways to supply timecode to the CSTD display from CSMV2 Monitors:
01. LTC Timecode – Supply LTC timecode signal to the mini XLR connector on the monitor.
02. VITC Timecode – Supply VITC timecode via Composite input on the monitor, along with video signal.
03. D-VITC Timecode - Supply D-VITC timecode via SDI Prompt IN input on the monitor, along with video signal.
04. OnTime Device - Supplies NTP timecode via USB, using Wi-Fi for accurate timing on the road