Captioned Slide Show - is there a more efficient way?
I am creating a simple slide show, one image in each scene.
The images are shown using picture player linked to a projector, and this uses the video-gpu input and output respectively.
I want to caption these images.
I am using the text/ure actor to put the caption on the stage. But this has a video-cpu output, so I cannot connect it to the same projector as the picture player. I have to create a second projector for this which has a video-cpu input.
Is this the right way to do this, or am I missing a way of outputting the two actors to the same projector?
This will evolve into a more complex project with several stages, one of which will be a monitor for the presenter showing them their lines - which the audience won't see - as well as the images, so I'd like to get my workflow correct at this point!
Use Text Draw instead of text/ure. Gpu drive, more possibilities.You have to send the text to it through various possible actors: text, trigger text, edit text control etc.
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you could use the text draw actor that works with vid-gpu, you can feed the output from the picture player into it, and get the combined output out of it