Thanks for looking into this. I wanted to note that the forum video dialog suggests using 'Video Embed code' or 'Youtube/Vimeo Link' URL:
However, using the 'Video Embed Code' option has the potential to make the forum post dysfunctional. I attempted this with a Vimeo 'responsive' embed code and found I was no longer able to access the contents of the post to make a 'fix' or to delete the errant embed element. The 'Delete' post option appears to expire after 10 seconds of committing a post- which is perhaps another issue to address. Therefore, I was stuck.
Limiting the post to a Youtube/Vimeo Link appears to be the most viable option when displaying video in this forum.
I have tried a multiple of configurations with screen orientating and mirroring but to no avail. From my reading, it seems that this is a limitation of the OS and there has been a long list of complaints and requests for this to be an option.
At the moment, I am trying to have an interactive webpage on the iphone display be successfully mirrored onto a TV hung in portrait mode. Originally, I had posted stating NDI feed but it turns out there is more to my little bundle of joy. The information and requirements had changed but the information was slow in coming to me.
I am now looking at various mirroring options e.g. Reflector, duet, air play etc. Hopefully one of them will tick the box.
As said, it was not strictly an isadora issue but initially it was and I figured the greater collective here had done similar or worse in previous times.
Many thanks and i will continue my hunt for a suitable solution.
Just to make this clear for everyone interested in this. The Projector offers DMX connection via XLR connectors and cables. This is helpfull to integrate all the functionality to an already existing light controlling desk.
But beside that, the projector offers ArtNet over the usual ethernet connection, which should exist in most cases anyway for easier configuration.
This is as well the case for others brands 'bigger' projectors, like epson or panasonic. But most of them do not offer the classic DMX via XLR.
@ianupstanderThere was a webcam driver package called Macam that used to be used to get it to work on Mac.It looks like someone has done the work of updating it to a 64bit setup for Catalina.
As far as I can tell, the Catalina update offers a static library (i.e., a ".a" file) that one needs to compile into a program and use. I don't think it is a generalized library (i.e., a dylib file) that you can install somewhere and get macOS to recognize those old cameras in general. There is a link to a VUO plugin that uses this library, which implies a similar plugin could be built for Isadora. (Of course, time allowing... I've got a lot on my plate as usual.)
Can somebody please help me? I've looked all over the forums and the troikatroninx youtube channel to no avail. Thank you in advance!
I suggest that you open a ticket so that you can share your crash report with us and we can look into it. If you get your crash reports you can submit them at the same time you submit the ticket; follow these instructions to find out how to gather those crash reports.
Every projector actor is working on his own, like every other actor does. This is good, as it keeps the enormous flexability Isadora offers.
There are different ways to change this behavior. But the most easy way and a good way to work in general is, to put the actors you want to have the same settings for, into a user actor. If you then copy and paste this user actor, every time you change something in one of those instances, it will be 'cloned' to all other instances, as long, as you click on 'save & uptade all' after closing it. This is happening in the same and as well in all other scenes.
A different approach would be to have only one projector actor in a 'secondary scene' which is always active in the background (activate scene actor), and send the video outputs from each scene to it with the broadcast and listening actors instead of separated projector actors.