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[ANSWERED] NDI transfer problem between 2 mac with Isadora



  • @juriaan sorry: isadora 3.0.7


  • Tech Staff

    @tease said:

    direct ethernet network

    Are you sure you have the network setup correctly?

    I just tested between a Mac and a PC on the same wireless network and had no issue whatsoever.



  • @woland: since the network has a green light on both side on the apple network configuration pannel, 

    with a fix IP and the same Sub-network, and that the mac receive the name of the other one and the fact that its sending a NDI, I think the network could be ok. 

    But I also had problem with the OSC transmit, but I don't know if I can transmit OSC and NDI thrue the same cable, at the same time, or if indeed, I have a network problem...

    I've test a few cable and adaptors.

    What else could be wrongly fix on a direct network if both have a fix IP and the same su-network? and that on the network setting they say they are connected?

    What do you think? 

    best,



  • @woland isadora 3.0.7


  • Tech Staff

    Some tests:

    1. Over a wired network, with two actual macs, (not the hack), test whether or not you can send OSC with your network setup
    2. Over a wired network, with two actual macs, (not the hack), test whether or not you can send NDI with your network setup
    3. Over a wireless network, with two actual macs, (not the hack), test whether or not you can send OSC with your network setup
    4. Over a wireless network, with two actual macs, (not the hack), test whether or not you can send NDI with your network setup
    5. Over a wireless network, with the mac and the hack, test whether or not you can send OSC with your network setup
    6. Over a wireless network, with the mac and the hack, test whether or not you can send NDI with your network setup


  • @tease

    Is the Network directly connected or with a switch or hub in between? If there is a switch, is it just an unmanaged, dump one or a managed? If it is managed, you might need to set some multi/broadcasting settings for it.


    Best
    Dill



  • @woland: that will be the head of my "to do list" tomorrow morning! thanks!

    I will also add: 

    1. Over a wired network, with on macs and on PC  (the hack can boot on window), test whether or not you can send OSC with your network setup
    2. Over a wired network, with on macs and on PC  (the hack can boot on window)), test whether or not you can send NDI with your network setup


  • @dillthekraut: no switch no hub, just mac to mac! but thanks!


  • Tech Staff

    @tease said:

    @dillthekraut: no switch no hub, just mac to mac! but thanks!

     Do you have a gigabit switch or router that that you can throw into the mix?



  • @woland and the others: IT WAS A NETWORK PROBLEM! (not Hackintosh related)

    I'm a bad network setter, I know it, but I thaught this time I learned my lesson... so I created a sub-network 255.255.255.255... meaning I was closing all gates! 

    A friend explained why the receiver could anyway see the other mac but I don't get it.

    after that I did a 255.255.0.0 sub-network and it worked fine.

    For network alergics like me, I put a print screen (sorry in french)

    IP Adress1: 168.168.0.2 , IP Adress2: 168.168.0.3

    After that I was able to have two good NDI feed (both sides) and a OSC transmit.

    Thanks for your help,

    Best,