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    Projection and visualization geek. Former Marketing Manager at Dataton.

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  1. Hi Assaf! Not sure if it would be possible with WATCHOUT, but you could give Oracle VM VirtualBox a try? https://www.virtualbox.org/ Best regards, David
  2. Hi! Do you have free line of sight between the locations with projectors and WATCHOUT server? Wireless connectivity in a point-to-point environment should be high quality and not cause any issues for WATCHOUT as far as I can tell.
  3. Hello David.

    I need to implement Kinect to Watchout, i have readed how you explain this in the forum, and i follow your pdf* instructions, but it´s not working, the program "KinectWo.exe" it seems that not connect with WO, and neither with Kinect.

    I´m working with versión 6.3.1, and i have drivers Kinect installed. First i tried on produccion computer after on display computer, but results are same, it doesn´t work.

    I want trigger effects rotation on 3ds,file through kinect inputs.

    Can you help me please?

  4. Glad it worked out, Lucas! And you will find a wast amount of knowledge in this forum. And people who want to help.
  5. Hi Ronald! Dataton does not provide hardware recommendations for WATCHOUT media servers. However, you will find plenty of threads in this forum where you find great advice on what components to chose. Best regards, David / Dataton
  6. No, there are no commercially available OS with more than 64 bits. There are numerous online resources to be found on the topic, here are a few links. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/128-bit https://www.quora.com/Are-there-any-128-bit-operating-systems
  7. Hi! Windows 7 is not officially available from Microsoft and we have moved to Windows 10. Here you can find our official Windows 10 (Enterprise) tweak list: https://response.dataton.com/watchout-windows-10-tweaking-guide Best regards, David / Dataton
  8. All, the forum upgrade is now done. Please report any issues as soon as possible.
  9. Dear fellow forum user, this is just to inform you that the Dataton WATCHOUT forum will be down Monday (June 3rd) afternoon and possibly into Tuesday (June 4th) because of planned maintenance. We are moving to a hosted, cloud based solution, provided by the developers behind the forum software. If you have any questions, let me know! Best regards, David
  10. Yes, a WATÇHOUT setup is made of two units, a production computer and a display computer (media server). Here is more about the minimum setup: https://www.dataton.com/watchout-overview-minimum-system-configuration-1 I suggest you follow the advise of Rainer that you read the user guide and the forum. When it comes to hardware you can buy a WATCHOUT media server from Dataton (WATCHPAX, WATCHMAX) or build your own. I do not recommend self-build unless you REALLY know what you are doing. Dataton does not recommend hardware for self-builds but we have made a Windows 10 tweak list.
  11. Hi! If you can find Windows 7 versions in the market, why not. Generally people have reported increased performance in Win 10 but it does take time to setup a Win 10 system.
  12. As Rainer says, it is two different locations you need to set. One under "Change Resolution" and the other is "Adjust video color setup". Both places have the "limited" or "full" or "16-235" or "16-255" option. They need both to be set. But, as mentioned earlier, with RTX 2080, this did not work. Or rather - it did not stay at full...
  13. I have ran into the same problems but on a RTX 2080 card. Where there are two different outputs - 2 x DP and 1 x HDMI. The HDMI card outputs 16-235 default. Changing in the NVIDIA settings does not work well. It kept getting overridden - perhaps by a magic Windows 10 feature that I was not capable of identifying (Win 10 Pro). Any help on getting this fixed permanently would be good. Latest drivers applied. The card is the ASUS version. But the p4000 should have DisplayPort and should not be affected by this setting?
  14. As Daned wrote in the post of January 4th: Best regards, David
  15. Hi! You have to decide on the compression rates yourself as I have no idea on how your system is setup nor what you want to achieve. Here are an example to convert to HAP. set input="E:\video\test\smple.mp4" ffmpeg.exe -i %input% -an -ss 120 -t 30 -c:v hap -format hap -chunks 4 -y bbb_2160p30_hap.mov ffmpeg.exe -i %input% -an -ss 120 -t 30 -c:v hap -format hap_q -chunks 4 -y bbb_2160p30_hapq.mov Where: -i = input file -an = no audio -ss = start stream time (seconds), you can skip this option -t = duration (seconds), you can skip this option -c:v = codec for video
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