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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by Snakepottery View Post
    Hi DMNC,

    Is there a way of creating an icon that calls Terminal and then TG-Timer? It would be nice just to click the icon and away we go!

    Thanks

    Snake
    Hi!

    Just open the script editor and type the following code:

    tell application "Terminal"
    do script "tg-timer"
    endtell
    Save as app, and there you go! You can add an icon later on through the finder.

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    Anyway, just downloaded this app, I haven't used it a lot but it seems to be working pretty well with a cheap phone handsfree kit.
    It's struggling to pick up some diver's noise but it seems to be working great on other watches.
    I'll try tomorrow with a piezo mic but so far so good.

    Keep up the good work!
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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Welcome to the forums johnnyrelou, and thank you for your instructions!

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Thanks guys, I've been lurking this forum for too long it was a good opportunity to finally create an account. I'm glad I could help!

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Thanks Johnnyrelou, works a treat!
    Snake

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    I just wanted to say thank you for this awesome software. I use it extensively to monitor my watches.
    Keep up with the good work and thank you for making this open source.

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    fyi folks:

    SECOND UPDATE: i'd like to thank WUS member 'Apollo83' for his post in this thread, which shows the use of a Logitech webcam as a sound input device - after going through this thread twice i had a 'smack the forehead' moment when i realized i had one of these in a drawer - works under OS X and Raspbian (Debian GNU/Linux) - and now i have a much cleaner input source than the cheap lapel mic i had been futzing with - so thank you, sir!

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    UPDATE: tg-timer builds and runs just fine under the Raspberry Pi's Raspbian Debian ARM distro... i have it installed on an RPi3 with a CMedia USB mic input and 3.5" TFT LCD (client is run via a VNC screen-sharing session due to resolution constraints) - a little timing device for less than US$60!

    very nice!

    ORIGINAL:

    - the Win7+ .msi version of tg installs and runs just fine under CrossOver on OS X 10.10.5....

    (now off to find a decent mic)

    +1 to the developer - very good work

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    A mic from a timegrapher wouldn't work with this? Just curious while trying to read what everyone has used so far.

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    I don't see why it wouldn't. I have two old Vibrograf mics and one has the original Rochelle salt microphone element and one modified with a modern piezo disc. The original one is much more sensitive, but they both work.

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aku Ankka View Post
    I don't see why it wouldn't. I have two old Vibrograf mics and one has the original Rochelle salt microphone element and one modified with a modern piezo disc. The original one is much more sensitive, but they both work.
    What's kinda plug do you have on them? I have a watchmaster mic that has a 1/4 inch male plug, was thinking of getting a modern one and converting the plug into headphone plug to work with this.

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    Re: Open source timing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by nauz View Post
    What's kinda plug do you have on them? I have a watchmaster mic that has a 1/4 inch male plug, was thinking of getting a modern one and converting the plug into headphone plug to work with this.
    The original Vibrograf plugs are proprietary, and they're both different. I actually had to make a suitable plug from scratch to fit my old B100.


    For the TG, I just changed one of the cables to a standard shielded microphone cable and a ¼" mono plug connector, which then plugs into my Apogee Duet interface. The type of plug you need of course depends on what you want to plug your microphone into. Mine is an ideal scenario, since I have two separate mono 1/4" instrument inputs in my audio interface.

    If your microphone has a standard 1/4" plug, all you really need is a 1/4" to 3.5mm headphone adapter to fit most sound cards.

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