LTC Display decodes the SMPTE timecode and frame rate embedded in an audio track and displays it as it comes in. Just drop the Max for Live device on your timecode track and you‘re good to go.
You can generate LTC audio files using the free ElTeeSee tool: https://elteesee.pehrhovey.net/
Works with All Common Frame Rates
The decoder automatically detects 24, 25, and 30, as well as 23.976 and 29.97 FPS signals.
Open the timecode in a large floating window to always have it in sight.
Display the timecode on an iPad using the Mira app.
Copy to Clipboard
Easily copy the current timecode to your clipboard and use it in time-related notes or whatever you might need it for.
LTC Display caches the timecode it decodes from the audio signal so you can jump back in the arrangement to see previous timecodes without starting playback.
Jump to Timecode
Easily jump to a previously decoded timecode by entering its value.
Integration with AbleSet
By running LTC Display and AbleSet together, you can see the current timecode in your setlist and performance view.