UDP output from Izzy Data Send
fubbi last edited by
Try the OSC transmit actors, maybe it works?
Fred last edited by
OSC is UDP, I just did a test with the OSC transmit actor and a UDP receiving software and you can send strings easily, just enter the string in the address section.
Hi Fred:Could you explain a bit further? I am attempting to send a hex code to control the PTZ of a Sony camera. If I place the code in the address section as stated above, how do I actually trigger the code from OSC Transit to the camera?
fubbi last edited by
The address input is just for the address.Try putting your data in the value input of the osc multi transmit (defaults to a digit, but you can trigger a text to it). Then set up a chain of actors triggering "transmit" with appropriate delays in between. You might also have to send carriage returns or other character in between you commands.
gunther last edited by
Actually there are two discussions regarding UDP transmit (see also http://troikatronix.com/troikatronixforum/discussion/1966/send-udp-from-isadora#latest).
I was searching for the same feature for controlling a Chamsys light console, and found a solution in this forum, which was developed by M_theater Berlin. The solution is, to send TCP data to Netcat on the same computer, which "translates" it to UDP and sends it to the desired IP address.
Netcat is a program, which is part of Mac OS (called nc) and can be downloaded for Windows here: http://www.chip.de/downloads/Ncat-Netcat-Portable_69560319.html
Here you find more information how the UDP connection worked between Isadora and Chamsys, in this discussion I included an Izzy patch with explanations:
I'm sure it will work in this case also, but I really hope that there will be an Isadora actor which works without an extra program, hopefully in one of the next updates...
bonemap last edited by
Hi, You might consider making UDP networking actors a feature request. Cheers Bonemap
Thanks to you all for the great suggestions!
I seem to have gotten closest using the OSC Multi-Transmit approach. However, The string code output is being oddly translated. Can anyone tell what is happening?Here is what I am attempting to send out to the camera via the OSC Multi-Transmit (simple hex code that operates the camera "Home" command:
01 00 00 05 00 00 00 00 81 01 06 04 FF
Here is what is being shown via the OSC Monitor
01 0 0 00 05 00 0 0 00 00 81 0 1 06 04 FF..
The numeric groupings are being changed? The camera is not responding from Isadora.
I am obviously missing something basic. Looking for the light...
I second that feature request.
Are you sending OSC messages directly to the camera?