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Changing the buffersize as you proposed did the job as well in version 4.1.0
Thanks, Dierk! Version 4.1.6 solved it.
Will try it as soon as possible!
As I mentioned in my first post, I want to request the current patch-state of a video matrix to recreate it to a later point. The matrix has only 32 presets and I want to extend this. Of course I could also create the preset as a task manually but with 64 ins and outs this is a lot of work that I would like to avoid.
(Antother option would probably be to save the content of the global var with the project file)
But is it possible to create a new Cuelist Task from a Script Task? How would the function be like.
All the best!August 17, 2019 at 13:57 in reply to: Project does not open / No channels in Version 4.15 #7580
Thanks for your help Dierk! Strange that it is not reproducible. Will try again on Monday, when I am in the theatre.
Also thank you for the hint with the loading time. Maybe I can reduce it a bit.
Do you also have any clue what’s going on with the devices window, in the screenshot above?August 16, 2019 at 18:43 in reply to: Project does not open / No channels in Version 4.15 #7553
Thanks, Dierk! Here it is.August 16, 2019 at 16:22 in reply to: Project does not open / No channels in Version 4.15 #7548
Heres a Screenshot of the Devices Window.
I also tried to attach the project, but it does not work.August 16, 2019 at 16:16 in reply to: Project does not open / No channels in Version 4.15 #7547
That solved it! Thanks again, Dierk!
This could be the solution. I will check that and come back with a reply. Thank you, Dierk!
I also wrote an OSC-Driver some time ago, which does nearly the same. It also has an event-functionality so that V-Control can react on OSC-Messages send by other devices. We use it to execute tasks from an MXWendler Playlist.
Worked like a charm.
Actually I tried it like this yesterday but had a wrong ack-length-setting (they are different for the Shutter and the getShutter), so I got a timeout-error.
Here’s the driver with a getShutter function for our PT-D10000.
Thanks for the hint, I will try it!