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Merten

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  1. Hi, we are running WO 6.4.1 on Win7 and just installed a RME UC. It is synced to 48 kHz wordclock, we use the spdif (coax) output. Audio is played out from the production PC via ASIO at 48 kHz. Everytime a show gets opened, WO jumps back to 44.1 kHz. To get it on 48 again you have to choose a higher sample rate (96, 192) first and then 48 for it to be set properly. It is not possible to go from 44.1 directly to 48 kHz. Although it shows 48 in WO, in RME's specifications it is still getting 44.1 from WO. Anyone had similar issues? Maybe it's the ASIO driver? Is there a recommended dri
  2. Thanks Mike, but that would make no difference taking the detour via companion. It is working with the 'bank press' now, it would be neat to get it working by just send an output string out of Watchout directly to the Midi-Relay. The question is, if json methods can be sent as an output string.
  3. Hi, we discovered free way to send out MIDI/MSC from Watchout via Bitfocus Companion and the module Midi-relay. Midi-relay is a small java app which sends/receives MSC/notes from your midi-interface by getting http requests. For every command there is a button to program in companion, plus sending a String output http request "BANK-PRESS" from WO to trigger that button. It works flawlessly and being able to trigger sound and light is a big step. The detour over companion is quite time consuming, a direct string output would be nice. So far I had no luck sending a POST http-request wi
  4. Deltacast... https://www.deltacast.tv/products/product-list
  5. Hi, when I change the position of a corner by clicking on it and then moving it with the arrow keys, it is no longer possible to change the position by arrow keys. The selected corner stays white (selected). Is there a way to deselect the corner or is there an other way to get the position working with arrow keys again? Thanks, Merten(v.6.3.1)
  6. Thanks, Rainer! Works perfectly. Finally a solution for a very old problem, we used to deal with by just fading over. Honestly, I find that the programming effort relatively high for such a "simple" thing...but it works! Walter's solution might be a bit easier, also thanks for that! Regards, Merten
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