BT Audio support

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BT Audio support

Post by dbbarron » Tue Aug 30, 2016 4:44 pm

I use a Zoom H5n audio recorder in-car which I typically later mix down and insert the audio track to videos. I sync with the on-camera mic in post production. I use both an in-car mic on the H5n and also have a rear bumper mic which nicely pics up exhaust note and tire noise.

I was wondering if I could use the monitor output of the H5n into some type of Bluetooth transmitter which I could pair with my iPHone (HLT master) as the audio track?

I don't think most of the BT transmitters 'look' like headsets in the software, they 'look' like stereo audio devices, so I'm not sure if they will work with HLT?

Thoughts? Experience?

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Re: BT Audio support

Post by Harry » Fri Sep 02, 2016 1:33 pm

In case a BT device considered a head set is connected while recording video, this data is used by iOS. Special cables to connect using the audio port have been discussed too: viewtopic.php?f=26&t=1037#p6865
In case all if this doesn't work, you can replace the raw video's audio track and overlay it afterwards. Or exchange the audio track for the overlaid video.

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