Run-time UDP messages

Technical details:
  • UDP port : 21571 (0x5443)
  • Broadcast is supported.
  • There are no responses.
Defined commands:

ltc!start        Starts the TimeCode increments from start_*  (see configuration)
ltc!stop         Stops the TimeCode increments. The TimeCode is still outputting.
ltc!resume      Continue the TimeCode increments from the 'stop' command.

ltc!start#hh:mm:ss.ff    Sets the start TimeCode.
ltc!stop#hh:mm:ss.ff     Sets the stop TimeCode.
ltc!rate#rr              Sets the rate of the TimeCode. Valid values: 24, 25, 29 and 30.

ltc!start!hh:mm:ss.ff    Set the running TimeCode.
ltc!start@hh:mm:ss.ff    Set and jump to the start TimeCode, but stop the TimeCode incrementing/decrementing.

ltc!direction#           Sets the direction. Valid values: forward and backward
ltc!pitch#ppp            Sets the pitch. Valid values are -100 <= ppp <= 100 (integers).

ltc!forward#ii           Skip the TimeCode in seconds. Valid values are 0 < ii <= 99 (integers).
ltc!backward#ii          Skip the TimeCode in seconds. Valid values are 0 < ii <= 99 (integers).

Example:

    echo 'ltc!start' > /dev/udp/192.168.2.251/21571
    echo 'ltc!start#01:00:00.00' > /dev/udp/192.168.2.251/21571

Using the sample Java UI; with the "Section" button's the 'ltc!start!hh:mm:ss.ff' commands are send.


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