WYSIWYG software to create HTML Templates

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#21

Have you got the timeline to play? If yes in what version of Caspar?


#22

It requires one of the forks with a newer chrome. Newer the better.
It uses 3d css, which the chrome in 2.0 and 2.1 didn’t support
Kingsley


#23

Thanks, that helped a bit. Now I see other issues to investigate :slight_smile:


#24

By the way: Anybody tried Hippani (formed named Hipp Animator)?

I just downloaded it and started to play around. It has a bit a Micky Mouse styled interface, but seems to be quite powerfull…


#25

Hi
If you missed this link I keeped from the old forum
Hippani not my tutorial
Everytime I’m going to download I have the same feeling for the interface…
and always the big question keep flash or move on to html ???


#26

I saw that one, but he left out how to do dynamic text etc. In the long run we should all move to HTML. As Flash is seen as an old technology.


#27

Hi
For Google Web Designer check out: https://github.com/o3jvind/Google-Web-Designer-Templates-for-CasparCG/tree/master/Basic.
It’s very basic. Just two dynamic fields. It’s a starting point for CasparCG templates build with GWD.
The integration with CasparCG is based on the code that Tomas Linden gave us in the old forum (Thanks Tomas) and it will give you “Play”, “Next”, “Update” and “Stop” commands.


#28

All right !!! works.


#29

Hi
This is a test for Tumult Hype:

https://github.com/o3jvind/Tumult-Hype-Templates-for-CasparCG/tree/master/Basic

± Identical to the GWD test.


#30

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ojan
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Hi
For Google Web Designer check out: https://github.com/o3jvind/Google-Web-Designer-Templates-for-CasparCG/tree/master/Basic 14.
It’s very basic. Just two dynamic fields. It’s a starting point for CasparCG templates build with GWD.
The integration with CasparCG is based on the code that Tomas Linden gave us in the old forum (Thanks Tomas) and it will give you “Play”, “Next”, “Update” and “Stop” commands.

Blockquote

Can someone repost the Tomas Linden information/tutorial?
This looks like a promising HTML workflow.

Thanks,
Steve


#31

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