Video Rendering with Pangolin Beyond

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Video Rendering with Pangolin Beyond

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Because of the video encoding it is not possible to render a video in realtime, therefore it is not possible to render a video using live-laser data. But Realizzer offers a possibility to get the laser data perfectly synchronous to the current rendered video frame. This is done using the Syncronorm Network Timecode called SNTC, which is a timecode signal sent via Ethernet.


At first make sure that the Visualization output in Beyond is enabled (Setup Laser-Output from Pangolin Beyond)


Setup Beyond to receive SNTC

1. Go to Settings > Configuration

2. Select the "Timecode In" Tab



 - Select Timecode routing to "Always to Timeline"

 - Enable "SNTC Syncronorm Timecode"

 - Enable "Keep running even thought timecode stops"

 - Make sure that "time smooth filter" is disabled!


3. Apply by click on Ok.


4. Move to the Timeline Section and select the Show-Tab you want to render.

5. Go to File>Show properties...

6. Select the "Time code input" Tab

7. Enable the checkbox "Enable incoming timecode"




8. Enable the Timecode Input of the Timeline by enable the "TC-IN" and "Show it now" button:

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Beyond is now ready to render.



Setup Realizzer to send send SNTC


Setup your scene and video settings as usal (see Render a Video)

In the Video-Rendering window scroll down to the "Laser Synchronization" section and enable "Send SNTC (Pangolin)"



As soon as you select this option R3D will send a signal which will be visible in the Zone Preview Window in Beyond:



After you started the rendering you can see that the Timeline in Beyond will be synchronous to the rendered frame.