does anyone have an smart solution for the following?: I need to display the remaining clip time (would be great with the clip title given in the Client) on an external display. Maybe via an Raspberry or so? At the end I need SDI, so output via an Decklink output would also be possible.
Sadly I´m not such an big programmer, so I have not really an idea how to do that. Maybe someone could give me some tipps?
OSC protocol allows you tu receive that data from the server in real time.
It’s fairly easy. If you are familiar with ActionScript you could use a template to output that data through caspar. There’s a library you can work with.
I’ve been thinking of coding a simple app to do that but didn’t find the time to get into it.
A raspberry solution would be great!
It’s the tuio-as3 library that includes osc.
I think a web based node.js app would be a nice solution. You could make it run easily on a smart tv or a raspberry pi.
@TheYouth yes, that is designed to use a secondary casparcg channel to output a copy of the video with a timecode overlay.
I had a suspicion I had already used it with 2.2, and managed to find that code so I have pushed a new build which should work with 2.2 and 2.3 now too. https://github.com/GuildTV/ccg-bitc/releases/tag/v0.3.0
@Julusian I edited the source code a little bit to fit for my needs. Veeeery slowly I´m getting into this and understand what happens where.
Added this Loop warning as some guys of my crew forget to disable the loop in Caspar. - It´s there if the clip is on loop.
Guess I will add an “paused” or similar in the middle of the screen when the clips is on hold… We´ll see… so far so good.
Thanks again for your initial help with this!
@TheYouth sorry, I was going to give you some help with that, but I was buy all weekend. Im glad you got it working.
The provided layout has been kept intentionally simple as we generally use it via the atem multiviewer, so the text has to be large to be readable.
@Hos yes, you could setup the second channel to use a screen consumer instead of a decklink
I’m kind of a noob in node.js developpement… Maybe in all kind developpement
I started to edit the JS files and hmtl file from the source in visualstudio 2019.
I can test my chunk and see on http://127.0.0.1:8081/ if it’s work or not. (So happy it’s work as i need)
When i test it run the chunk in node.js, but i don’t know how to compile in a self exe file.
If you don’t use VS, i can switch for an other ide, your favorite if need.