The Trinnov is amazing. It tells you the latency in ms & frame rates. How very honest of them.
As per the screen shot below, my latency is 40 ms.
I ordered the Roland vc-1-dl. I read the manual and spoke with my Vintage king Trinnov dealer, it should work.
It's HDCP. The Roland device is the only HDMI video delay in existence so not much choice. Roland does not mention 4k, do not have 4k anyway. I would rather have my lip sync corrected more than 4k anyway.
I had bad luck with HDMI in the past. I got the HDMI NanoAvr and it was not compatible with my PrePro. I really hope this works! Will keep you posted.
Since the Roland only delays by (1/2) frame rates (they call fields) and I most of the time watch 1080p60, I am 2.26 frames behind with just the Trinnov as per the 30fps screen shot below.
If the Vanity latency is 10ms I would be able to "dial" in 2.5 frames.
If you look at the 2nd pic, the Trinnov 24fps, the delay is .91 frame. If the Vanity is a mere 4 ms delay, I would be able to dial in 1 frame. Even.
I know nothing about syncing A/V, but I would not round frames. I would not want to be ahead a pic/frame. So if the Vanity has no delay I would have dialed in .5 frame. But if the Vanity delay is 4ms I can do a frame.
Yes, I would have to manually dial in the delay when I switch 24fps vs 60fps. But I am manually putting in BD anyway...
Just hope I remember to put it back
. BD frame rates are more than double the ms time of 60fps.
I figure I'll start with the Trinnov delay and then move on to the Vanity's. Either Vanity will know their audio reclocking latency or I will have to buy the Sync one2 to analyze.
BTW: We can add syncing A/V to the list of "What does a PrePro do for me."
I have a whole new respect that they reclock the A/V in sync.
This is so cool. I will have a dedicated device just delay the video. I love componentizing things. Do you know they make PSU's as seperate components. I think I''l get one for my Tivo.