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  • in reply to: PowerDown Watchout Display #1811
    bjoerka
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    yes. i´ll do so.
    no hurry. take your time
    good luck for the job 😉

    in reply to: GUI VC 4.0.4 #1804
    bjoerka
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    ok. thx. then i will have to change the html code ,-)

    as written – screenshots off the “frontend”

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    in reply to: PowerDown Watchout Display #1803
    bjoerka
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    the little windows machine is running now.
    much more performance than the raspberry
    and now the delay commands have the right timing
    on the raspberry, the longer the systems was running, the slower each command was performed. having the raspberry running for two days results in a very laggy interface. each click took seconds to be executed…

    but the shutdown of the projectors is still not working to 100%
    actually i am performing the whole shutdown sequence twice. one task fo each projector executes a shutdown command two times with a delay of 750ms. one sequence means all 8 projectors. that seems to solve the probem at the moment.
    changing to the win system leaves mostly one projector running, whereas with the raspberry it was mostle two or three.

    in reply to: GUI VC 4.0.4 #1800
    bjoerka
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    another question regarding the gui…

    is it possible to rearrange all tasks that are inside the cuelist?
    actually, i think, they are listed by the date they are generated…

    in reply to: PowerDown Watchout Display #1799
    bjoerka
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    so. tests are done.
    changing the intervall helps a bit. but there are always one or two projectors that don´t shut down.
    right now we are setting up a small win10 system with an i5 processor…
    i´ll check back later…

    in reply to: PowerDown Watchout Display #1797
    bjoerka
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    ok.
    i´ll test this in the afternoon.

    in reply to: PowerDown Watchout Display #1795
    bjoerka
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    that also works now.
    so now we have control system that fires up all projectors, watchout systems and shuts all down.

    a few problems with starting and shutting down the projectors still exist, but we will try to put all components into a seperate lan.

    maybe that helps…

    in reply to: osc format question #1794
    bjoerka
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    worked 😉
    vc is running now
    thx!

    in reply to: osc format question #1790
    bjoerka
    Participant

    yes. the error message says:
    error while loading shared libraries: libunwind.so.8: cannot open shared object file: so such file or directory

    in reply to: GUI VC 4.0.4 #1784
    bjoerka
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    thx dierk,
    it was a suggestion to have the window stay in front for some numb guys .-)

    but we did a complete control scenario with the built in web server…
    when finished i´ll post a screenshot

    in reply to: osc format question #1783
    bjoerka
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    hi dierk,
    i did as you described but v-control does not open
    permissions are set
    all files from github are downloaded and replaced
    on the raspberry the icon for vcontrol does not change to an executable…

    in reply to: osc format question #1773
    bjoerka
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    release date is on june 1st ? 😉

    no problem.
    i will send a few commands with delays to control the fader till then

    thx dierk!

    in reply to: osc format question #1771
    bjoerka
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    the first 10 entries were done “by hand” sending a command from 1 to 0.1

    in reply to: osc format question #1768
    bjoerka
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    i tested it with your file, the same happens.
    also i changed the script to count from 10 to 99 and the result is more than strange because several values are different.
    i used 7001 in my project because totalmixfx has entered this port. i was also listening on port 7000 with oscmonitor…
    the one thing that i forgot to mention is that v-control is running on your ubuntu image on a raspberry…
    see the screenshots…

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    in reply to: osc format question #1766
    bjoerka
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