Just wanted to ad that I have had a chance to test on Mac running F25, and the patch runs beautifully, other than a few small and very manageable font issues.
I have identified a few issues with initial values not loading into channel selectors, but simple selecting the required channel again will correct the problem.. and the top 'active channel' indicator strip works, so you can always peak at it.
In any case, I am happy to see it working on Mac, and plan to continue with improvements soon, including a short getting started video.
Unfortunately not. What you see is what you get. In terms of helping, that might be possible. But given my current artistic residency, I can't be of any help. It's going to be a big task to document everything that's there.
Well, there seems to be some source code here
it's just a matter of getting it into an Isadora plugin.
I wonder if anybody else would like to try this as a coding challenge. I just don't have the extra time right now.
Don't know why my reply earlier today wasn't posted... but that scripting works very well, thanks! There's a bit of a delay (~2 - 4 seconds) before the bin is refreshed, but in this project that's ok. Really interesting learning how flexible and open the software is - so many possibilities for projects!
Yes, Mark I mean creating a custom C++ actor.
The device I wish to interface communicates over bluetooth, and appears to the pc on a com port.
I know that the serial setup should be done via the serial setup under communications, then do we simply create a port number input (limit it 1-8)?
I'm looking for multiply, overlay and screen blending mode plugins that blend projectors not just a foreground and background image. FreeFrame's burn plugin does this. I'd like to build an image with multiple layers — much like an After Effects file. I can give you a much more detailed description of what I need if you think it's something you'd like to take on. Of course, let me know your rates.
If we could have the lines adjust to what is selected it would be amazing.. For instance, if you select a 'router' actor that all patch cords in and out would remain red.. anything that is not connected to the 'router' would grey out.
From my understanding of the way messages are requested/passed it might be possible to use this routing to create highlighted patch cords per selection??
@Mark , is that a possibility?
i tested them today and they worked fine together. I guess i could install another ATI card but i really did not want to place another eyefinity into the machine just for a control monitor but i guess if i could put it into crossfire it miugt be worth it. What problems have you heard about Mehdi?