DISH.TC: Sync By Satellite

A project in Dallas, TX by Ari Krupnik

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Zero-configuration, zero-drift timecode sync for sound, picture and multicamera shoots
Backers: 34
Average Pledge Per Backer: $353

Funded: $11,985 of $10,000
Dates: Jun 11th -> Jul 12th (31 days)
Project By: Ari Krupnik
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Latest News

With Full Funding Come Great Possibilities

July 2nd - via:
Thank you for making DISH happen! Thanks to your pledges and evangelism, we've reached 104% funding. As we ramp up for production, we're thinking about where DISH goes next. Please keep your feedback and your requests coming! Equally, please continue... (Read More)

Cinema 5D covers DISH!

June 26th - via:
Jakub Han of Cinema 5D reviews DISH:  (Read More)

DISH - Satellite Signal Timecode Generator - Now on Kickstarter

June 26th - via:
DISH is a zero-configuration timecode generator based on the accurate time-of-day accquired from public satelites. It works with audio input. (Read More)

Curtis Judd live-streams DISH review!

June 22nd - via:
Curtis live-streamed a review of DISH to his 112,472 YouTube subscribers. View the episode here:  (Read More)

69% funded!

June 19th - via:
A big thank you to our backers and everyone who has been helping spread the word about DISH! Please keep pushing so we can can reach our funding goal and deliver your rewards!  (Read More)

We sold out of the Early-Bird 5-pack reward tier!

June 16th - via:
The 5-DISH, "Multicam" reward seems most popular. So popular that we sold out of the Early Bird tier already! Hurry up and pledge while other Early Bird rewards last!  (Read More)

NoFilmSchool covers DISH!

June 14th - via:
Thank you to Charles Haine from NoFilmShool for bring DISH to his readers:  (Read More)

38% Funded in 3 days!

June 14th - via:
Thank you for bringing DISH 38 steps closer to manufacturing!  (Read More)

Dish.TC: Sync By Satellite Launches on Kickstarter

June 13th - via:
Last month, we recently shared an article about a piece of hardware called Dish Timecode that was in development by Ari Krupnik which used satellites to embed timestamps into files. The project has now been launched on Kickstarter. (Read More)


June 12th - via:
A big thank you to Matthew Allard ACS of for covering our campaign:  (Read More)

We have exceeded 16% funding in the first 24 hours!  Thank you!

June 12th - via:
Please  help us continue to spread the word to indie filmmakers, sound engineers and wedding videographers about zero configuration time code.   Check out this great article from Jose Antunes from the Pro Video Coalition.  ... (Read More)

DISH: timecode sync uses satellite dishes by Jose Antunes

June 11th - via:
DISH gives filmmakers timecode sync from outerspace. It promises zero-configuration, zero-drift timecode sync for sound, picture and multicamera shoots. Discover it on Kickstarter! (Read More)

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