Device Details

Device Overview

Name/Version: fp.Clock 2.12
Author: eltnet  
Description: Simple but sometimes useful timer.

Display: Floating window with 3 sizes & fullscreen.

Time: Display hh:mm:ss:00 / frame / bar:beat:unit / sample - Choose fps - Set offset / zero reset - Jump to somewhere by typing timecode

Cue points: Set, delete, clear. Following current and next cue point.

Notes: Add a comment for each cue point.

Network: Send midi notes of the track in format "midinote n" (no velocity).

Device Details

Tags utility, push
Live Version Used: 10.0.0
Max Version Used: 8.0.0
Date Added: Feb 13 2018 16:57:26
Date Last Updated: Jan 14 2019 02:58:02
Device Type: midi_device
Download URL (report link)
License (more info): Commercial


Hi, I've downloaded your device. Great concept. Ableton sure does need it. I'm using Live Suite 10. The jump to timecode function does not work, and I can't set an offset. Please advise. Thanks, Matt

For the jump, did you enter the message strictly in the format 00:01:23:45 ? That's only thing to do.

For offset:
1- go where you want to put offset (ie 2.3)
2- click on reset
3- press stop to go back to marker 1, you can see offset of -3:52

hope it helps.

Also, for the jump, it can jump only if the time exists in your song. ie: the song is 5', you can't go to 10'. Just you need to create event first at 10. That's limitation of Ableton Live time managment?

love it! thx! needed this for a while...

Hi - great device, thanks!
However the clock shows an incorrect time after any tempo changes in the timeline. Any ideas how to fix this?

Is there a way to increase the size of the Notes Window? Or the size of this text? I basically just want to have a fullscreen window that displays the name of my locators.

Thanks in advance!

This is Great!

I would also like to know if there are any fixes regarding tempo changes?

Hey this is a great device. I love the note system. Very good for post production work when you have notes per scene. Althougth I am having a bit a slip with timecode as well. I have set the proper fps and other setting to the best of my knowledge. Anyone know what I can do? I would love to use this in a professional atmosphere but the time code has to be spot on.

Yeah Ableton sucks because the native timecode is only related to BPM, not absolute time. So if tempo changes, fp.Clock can't know what was the previous BPM and calculate from the actual one.

Hi Fabrice! Could you explain how the "Cues via network" function works, please?

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