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   * timecode is, by definition, designed for values from 00:00:00:00 up to 23:59:59:29 (for 30 fps) - nothing wrong here as there are only 24 hours per day, right? However this limits the transport control for Winamp: you cannot make playlists with more than 23 tracks (well you can - but you cannot start tracks above #23 with this method).   * timecode is, by definition, designed for values from 00:00:00:00 up to 23:59:59:29 (for 30 fps) - nothing wrong here as there are only 24 hours per day, right? However this limits the transport control for Winamp: you cannot make playlists with more than 23 tracks (well you can - but you cannot start tracks above #23 with this method).
   * one other backdraw is the inherent thing that this works only if Winamp and Titan are on the same machine. On computers running the PC suite you are free to use better sound cards or USB interfaces. On hardware consoles this is not possible, and you are always restricted to the little headphone output - have a DI box and a good sound guy at the ready.   * one other backdraw is the inherent thing that this works only if Winamp and Titan are on the same machine. On computers running the PC suite you are free to use better sound cards or USB interfaces. On hardware consoles this is not possible, and you are always restricted to the little headphone output - have a DI box and a good sound guy at the ready.
-  * there is a glitch most likely within Winamp itself which manifests in conjunction with this virtual timecode: sometimes the timcode timestamp seems to divert from the Winamp track time by a couple of seconds unless it is paused and restarted. This appears to be due to the encoding method: wav files and mp3 files at 48 kHz sampling rate are okay while mp3 @ 44.1 kHz is faulty. If you are encountering these issues then re-encode your files either ​as wav or as mp3 with 48 kHz sampling rate. See [[https://​www.facebook.com/​groups/​1811437589141428/​permalink/​2489876031297577/?​comment_id=2491793771105803&​reply_comment_id=2545827579035755|this facebook post]].+  * there is a glitch most likely within Winamp itself which manifests in conjunction with this virtual timecode: ​when playing mp3 files, ​sometimes the timcode timestamp seems to divert from the Winamp track time by a couple of seconds unless it is paused and restarted. This appears to be due to the encoding method: wav files are okay while mp3 is faulty. If you are encountering these issues then re-encode your files as wav (sampling rate seems to have no effect). See [[https://​www.facebook.com/​groups/​1811437589141428/​permalink/​2489876031297577/?​comment_id=2491793771105803&​reply_comment_id=2545827579035755|this facebook post]].
  
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