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  1. I just had an opportunity to use some Dante AVIO USB Adapters. They are an outstanding plug-n-play audio solution. I'm seeing more and more audio professionals in the live event and permanent installs using Dante. With these dongles, you don't have to mess with nic card issues or load software or drivers. They have a small form factor, simple plug-n-play and WATCHOUT sees them as a Dante USB Transmit(Dante USB I/O Module) [WASAPI]. They are limited to two channels for each USB dongle. If you need more Dante audio channels then the USB to Rj45 converter is the way to go, but that requires more tweaking to get it going. They are running around $100 US and are a bit of a wait due to the high demand. https://www.markertek.com/product/adn-adpusb-au2x2/audinate-adp-usb-au-2x2-dante-avio-usb-io-adapter-2x2 Totally worth having these in your kit.
  2. mediatecturestudio

    Problem Audio - Flanger left right

    Hi guys, I had a problem with the playback audio. I listen during the playback a little random flanger on Left/Right channel. It's always random on time (sometimes really short, like a flanger, sometimes longer like a delay. Sometimes i can see on my Motu 828 mk2 (Fireware) the difference on the meter on the audio interface. It's always random, sometimes happen sometimes doesn't. I play Video (in MPeg4, h264) and audio (AIFF 48Khz, WAV 48 Khz, doesn't metter the extension, that problem happen in both of audio). My set up is: Win7 (display) WO 6.1.4 Win10 (production) WO 6.1.4 Motu 828 mk2 Fireware on production. Thx
  3. Hello there, I'm going to load-in a show tomorrow and have a question about audio. Since I've never done audio with Watchout before, I think it would be wise to ask the forum for some guidance before I run into trouble. There are a couple of .mov files that have audio embedded in them. The audios are expected to be played with the video in WO. We've rented a USB-DI(http://www.blackdogaudio.net/) and will be connected to sound system through XLR. Shall I connect the DI box to display computer or production computer? Are there any patches I need to do in Windows or WO? We are using Watchout 6. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, C
  4. mayunta

    Audio Problem with 6.1.2

    Hello, I found a problem with the audio in the new version 6.1.2 .. Small clicks are heard on the channel output pairs (2,4,6 and 8) of the Display. They are very mild but when you amplify the outputs are heard. Has anyone encountered this problem? I returned to version 6.1.1 and the problem disappears. I hope your comments. A greeting.
  5. Can I play a 16 ch audio file in Watch Out 6 with only 1 player ? Which audio card do you recommend? Thank You in advance.
  6. Hi, I have tried to install the Dante Virtual sound card on a WO display computer in April 2012. The display computer had 2 physical ethernet ports on the motherboard. One was used with a separate gigabit switch for the Watchout network exclusivly, the other one was used with a different gigabit switch for Dante. WO IPs were 192.168.x.y Dante IPs were 169.254.x.y (thats what they default to, its a feature not a missing DHCP). Subnet mask on both interfaces was class b or c / 255.255.0/255.0. So from a networking standpoint all WO traffic should have been routed to interface 1, and all Dante traffic should have been routed to interface 2. For some reason at the time (I didn't had the time to investigate further) as soon as Dante was activated the display computers would not play in sync any more and there were occasional dropouts in the communication. We then went back to a RME Fireface to playout the multichannel audio. As Dante is now more common in the industry and multi channel application happen day to day with WO I was wondering if there are any plans to extend the support of Dante networking? In this thread I already found a tool to assign Mono or Stereo files to specific output tracks, which is a good starting point to make the handling of multi channel audio files in the WO interface much easier ( http://forum.dataton.com/topic/2-is-there-a-possibility-of-multi-tracking-and-outputting-within-the-watchout/ ). Has anybody tested the Virtual sound card with WO and found similar issues? Wouldn't it be great if one could from within Watchout assign input and outputs channel to and from Dante? More about Virtual sound card: http://www.audinate.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=235 Thanks Tobi
  7. Hello, I am preparing new instalation where should be possibility of live input from notebook - hdmi. So I have few questions about this topic: Which capture card do you recommend for the lowest delay? Can be also audio "routed" through Media / live video cue? I mean: Notebook hdmi out - Watchout machine capture card hdmi in (watchmaker live video cue) - watchout machine audio out. Or do I have to have separate audio cable from notebook? Is it possible to use live video cue (input from capture card) without watchmaker - with system controled by watchnet? Thank you for answers. Jakub
  8. Gregor SNG

    Audio playback errors

    Hello! I am new to Watchout, so please bare with me if i missed the answer to my questions in other posts. I use Watchout 6 with Windows 7. I have inherited a production with over 1500 cues. The project came on a USB stick, when i loaded it, it started to send error messages. On some production computers it will not load one specific folder with video files. The error is: Operating system error: Unspecified error; Cant read media file It will playback audio from video files and .caf files, but it sends this message when playing mp3: Operating system error: the owner SID on a per-user subscription doesn't exist; DirectShow media error And for wav, aiff,... This: rendering error: Not implemented; Not implemented I have turned of the media center and so on, and i set for all the files to open with Media player, but no luck. Any ideas? Best, Gregor
  9. alexbright

    WO6 Audio and virtual displays

    Hello, First off, we just had our first WO6 show. We had a 22144 x 1080 content template split into 5 segments and played it all back in HapQ… Worked great! I’m having some trouble with audio and virtual displays in Watchout 6. Issue 1: If you have a wav file playing on a virtual display, but you’re not using that virtual display in a timeline, it does not play on any display computer. That seems normal. If you have a virtual display coming up in the timeline with audio already playing in it, it starts to play on that display exactly 3 seconds before the time indicator actually reaches the virtual display cue container…. That seems like some sort of pre-roll bug. After the time indicator leaves the virtual display, it will continue to play audio until the timeline pauses. I would think that it should start playing right when you enter that virtual display on the timeline, and end when you leave. Please see the Watchout file showing this problem here. Keep in mind you will need a display computer w/ an audio output to property recreate the issue. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/96zfqq9bmckv410/AADomnoBCfugB0tPU70xE0WRa?dl=0 Just playing the WAV routed directly to the display would fix my problem here, but it’s still just odd, and the current behavior seems like a bug. Issue 2: This one is a more serious When Playing a WAV file with a video in an Aux timeline, AND thought a virtual display, it does not playback in sync. If you place the WAV in the actual output display, rather then the virtual display, it works fine. If you route the audio directly to the display audio output, it works fine. If you play it off of the main timeline, it plays back in sync. In the above watchout show file I have an example of this as well on the only AUX timeline. I set it to route back and forth between two wavs, one placed on the display, and one on the virtual display. At first it plays both of them at 50%, and then it pans between the two. You can also use input “A” to pan between the two yourself. When it’s playing them at the same time you can tell that they are about 200ms off from each other. Sometime it plays back fine, and most of the time it doesn’t, if you are unable to recreate it, try toggling offline, and back online, then try again. Why am I getting this delay? Should I be worried about using virtual displays? Why is it present on AUX timelines, and not not the main? Thank you, Alex
  10. We are playing back a wav file in the middle of a somewhat complicated show. Playback is fine throughout the show, but we sometimes have a hang on the production computer when it hits an audio cue. The display machines continue to free run, but it take a second or two for the Production computer to catch up. Checking the Windows Event Log, it seems like the notification "Multimedia Class Scheduler entered the running state" is correlated to the short hangs. Has anyone seen this? We are on version 5.5.2. Thanks Dan Scully
  11. We have a Dell R7610 with (1) K5000 video card running Watchout v5.5 feeding 4 edge-blended SXGA+ Christies. The challenge is in determining a hardware configuration from this single PC that will output true 7.1 audio through a Crestron PSP-HD processor. The issue isn't file formats but rather hardware compatible with Watchout that also outputs true 7.1. Does anyone know if it's possible for Watchout to utilize Nvidia's audio driver (which supports true 7.1) which in turn would allow us to de-embed the audio from the HDMI signal? Thanks, Trent Hays downstream [email protected] www.downstream.com 503.226.1944
  12. Running into a very strange problem with wav files in a simple Watchout project. I have 3 HD video files running on 3 monitors and one 5.1 wav file. When I add the wav file to the project and go online, watchout transfers the file, but I get a red X on the production stage screens. Sometimes I get "Display computer disappeared" in the message window, but not always. I have tried to resample the file with Adobe Audition to 5.1 16bit 44100 ; 5.1 16bit 48000 ; stereo and the original 5.1 24bit 48000. All fail. If I remove the wav file everything works. The player log show the following: { "date" : "2014-12-12", "time" : "12:46:20:426", "severity" : "information", "message" : "WATCHPOINT exited abnormally (code 3221225477), restarting" } Do I have to do anything special to use wav files? I have used them extensively before without problems.
  13. samuelmancebo

    Pop Noise Running Digital 5.1

    Hello, i'm having troubles running Wav Extended 5.1 in watchout using optical audio cable. When i play it the first frame makes a pop noise. Any idea whats wrong. I already checked the audio card and updated the firmware. Thank you.
  14. Working on putting out some fires, wondering if anyone's got experience capturing audio from the Intensity Pro HDMI capture cards. I don't have a way to test myself right now, just trying to orchestrate a backup and can't find info on this. Thanks!
  15. As of recently my system has stopped playing multichannel audio files. I have been using the standard Pro-Tools / Audacity software to create files and then move tracks into the correct channels. I decided to mess with this tonight as I have a show loading in tomorrow. By taking my files from Audacity, and running them through the Dataton "Channel Shifter" software…it fixed my problem. Due to the way the channel shifter software works, you may have to assign your audio to various channels to allow it to save out, but then I brought it back in to channel shifter and re-assigned the audio the correct tracks….and Finally! Very weird….not sure why Watchout isn't happy with Audacity…. But at least I have mutichannel Audio back!
  16. Mikesull

    Live mixing with ProTools

    I need to find the best way to allow Protools to sync up with a 8-screen Watchout show to allow for live audio-mixing in the theater. The audio is specific to the screens at times and is full surround at other times. 1. Protools can generate TC. How would I feed this to allow Watchout to chase the Timecode? 2. What framerate should Protools be set to? The original timeline was 23.98. The mpegs inside Watchout are 29.97. Watchout plays 60. How should the Protools be set up? Has anyone out there done this?
  17. Mikesull

    13 channels of audio

    Interesting audio set up. 8 screens with a speaker at each screen. Three more speakers hanging from ceiling. One sub-woofer. One "butt-kicker" subwoofer under the floor to shake the audience with bass. What is the best way to use Watchout to output the audio? We have two Watchout display computers each with a 4-output video card, but how does the audio work?
  18. Here's my gear 3- m91p Lenovo pc small form factors 1- grand ma small lighting board I am using the Ndf timecode file provided on the wo 5 key flash drive to send tc To a small grand ma light board for cues. I have 3 display pc's 1 is sending video out over dvi to 2 christie hd10k-m projectors 2- are sending out video over hdmi output to two groups of led monitors playing the same video file And they need to have audio play back with video on the led screens. The client wants to have light cues to go along with video. I want to use the production pc to send the timecode audio to the light board. I have the video which right now has the audio embedded on the main timeline and the timecode two layers underneath it on the main time line. I have pulled the speaker icon for the timecode out of all the 1920x1080 displays on the stage and just have it sitting in the stage window. Everything is fine timecode only coming out on production pc and the audio from the video coming out only on the displays. However I can still hear the videos audio playing back on the production machine as well as the timecode sound. And this is causing the light board to drop the timecode audio. How do I make it so the audio from the videos placed in the displays on the stage only go out to the display machines and is not heard on the production machine? Only the timecode sound comes out on the production is what I need to do without stopping the audio going out to the display machines. Thanks ahead of time for any and all help
  19. Anyone out there available to help me with an audio question. I have 5.1 enabled in my 'Realtek' audio controls in the display machines control panel. I've tested the outputs and verified the audio. Now, my question is; how do you asscociate the proper display on my 4 head card to the proper audio output? These outputs are not numbered (instead they read - Side, Sub, Rear, Out etc...) I have v5 running ATI FirePro V7900. I have a WAV test file. However there arent ANY options in Watchouts GUI that allow me to direct what Audio file gets tied to what TRS output. I can drag the file to the screen I want.... but how do I configure the file to play over a single channel? My set up is one display machine feeding 3 seperate trade show booths. Each booth needs a discreet audio send. I was advised to use my 5.1 TRS outs to send the (3) different feeds... however this does not seem very intuitive. What am I missing? Time sensitive - I have a show tomorrow and have not been able to work this out. J3
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