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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Looking forward to tryout no the new version, however, not being a OS X specialist (just a user), not sure how I update the software. Running the install command tells me it's already loaded.
    Any help anyone?
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    Re: Open source timing software.

    For you Vostok fans, Meranom informs me that the lift angle of the auto is 42 degrees and any amplitude over 200 is fine.
    My Dirskie is running at 255 degrees .

    I didn't specifically ask about the manual winds but expect they will be exactly the same.

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    For you Vostok fans, Meranom informs me that the lift angle of the auto is 42 degrees and any amplitude over 200 is fine.
    My Dirskie is running at 255 degrees .

    I didn't specifically ask about the manual winds but expect they will be exactly the same.

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    A really great new feature !!!!

    Quick feedback:
    I did the calibration using a 10 year old Tissot V8 with ETA G10.211 (battery one year old). Maybe 10 or 15 minutes later the calibration was set to +5,1s/d
    The calibration-graph did not look so "pretty" as shown in the example, but it seems to have worked properly and corresponds even better to real-life. Using the previous versions I ended up in adjusting some of my watches a bit slower or at a maximum to +/-0s/d to have a better timing. Now I know that it should have been 5,1s/d

    MANY THANKS AGAIN

    p.s. How about adding a beatrate of 3600bph e.g. for selecting a quarzmovement with a "pretty graph" in the menu? (no begging, just an idea)

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by Snakepottery View Post
    Looking forward to tryout no the new version, however, not being a OS X specialist (just a user), not sure how I update the software. Running the install command tells me it's already loaded.
    Any help anyone?
    Thanks

    Snake


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    This is an idiosyncrasy of homebrew with a head only formula.

    I'm away for a few days but will check the formula all works ok when I get back. However, assuming no dependencies changed instead of upgrade run 'brew uninstall tg' followed by a fresh 'brew install tg --HEAD'.


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    Re: Open source timing software.

    For those wondering how to install the update on a mac, here is what I did that seems to work.

    run, in terminal, [brew uninstall dmnc/horology/tg --HEAD]
    Then run, [
    brew install dmnc/horology/tg --HEAD]

    This uninstalled the old and reinstalled the new.

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Perfect, thanks gents! I did think that would be the solution but wasn't 100% sure of the syntax. Pretty obvious really

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Excelente trabajo. Muchas gracias. Hemos estado disfrutando casi desde su inicio el programa. Felicitaciones por la característica de Calibración. Muy fácil del configurar. Me gustaría solicitar que integraran el modo Clock. Para relojes de péndulo. Se trataría solamente de medir "rate" y "beat error", sin hacer medición de amplitud. Utilizando solo el tercer sonido de la secuencia del escape.

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    Excellent work. Thank you very much. We have been enjoying almost since its inception the program. Congratulations on Calibration feature. Very Easy to configure. I would request that integrate the Clock mode. For pendulum clocks. It would be only measured "rate" and "beat error", without amplitude measurement. Using only the third sound of the escape sequence.


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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1afc View Post
    For you Vostok fans, Meranom informs me that the lift angle of the auto is 42 degrees and any amplitude over 200 is fine.
    My Dirskie is running at 255 degrees .

    I didn't specifically ask about the manual winds but expect they will be exactly the same.
    Vostok 22mm calibers (2209, 2214, 2234 etc) run 46° lift.

    Vostok 24mm calibers (2409, 2414, 2415, 2416b, 2426, 2432 etc) run 42° lift. There is no difference in lift angle between manual wind and auto (I've transplanted balances from manual to auto wound movements quite successfully). I can't say if the 42° lift angle holds true for older 24mm movements such as the 2403.

    Vostok 28mm calibers (2809) run 44° lift.

    Hastily spouted for your befuddlement

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Inconsistency in data beat error.

    Dear Contrate_Wheel. I have had many hours of doing tests with the program you do not a have done. I still admired the performance.

    However I have found on several occasions some inconsistency in the data delivery on the beat error.

    It is possible that the algorithm is choosing the third sound of the entire event 3, (1: Unlock 2: Impulse and 3: Drop or blockage) However, the sound of falling or blockage that is the stroke of tooth wheel exhaust against locking face of the pallet, is not very stable, ie not as stable as coming from the true clock regulator that is the balance wheel.

    Here also I have two screenshot made almost at the same instant. The first with tg and another with other software. I tested with two other software and the results are consistent with each other but not with tg.
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    Therefore asymmetry that is displaying the program is not the steering wheel but relationship escape wheel / pallets.

    If the graph is derived from the time between an unlocking and the next, this screenshot is not corresponding.
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    The amplitude is not recorded. But if it is registered the beat error. If the amplitude is read from the event unlocking fall, How you are determined by the software here?




    It may be that I'm doing something wrong. If it were so I need to make the necessary corrections.

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