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  1. Jim Janninck and I are hosting a discussion to talk about the needs for and the future of Time Code, SMPTE and otherwise. It's free and all are welcome to attend--we want to emerge with a wish list to send to the SMPTE standards leaders. Details and registration here, free drinks and food provided: http://controlgeek.net/blog/2019/4/3/controlgeeknettimberspring-orlando-2019-show-control-geekout-during-infocomm-special-time-code-edition Hope to see you there! John
  2. Very cool! I didn't have time to download it but is the physical/network MIDI input also indicated? Also for PC's this software is still very useful: http://www.midiox.com/ Thanks! John
  3. I'm trying to download the tweaks list from: WATCHOUT Display & Production computer Tweaking list Windows 7 Tweaking list: Windows_7_Tweaking_list_2.1.pdf And it's giving me this error: Sorry, there is a problem The page you are trying to access is not available for your account. Error code: 2C171/1 In fact, I can't download any PDF from this thread. Is this perhaps due to the forum update? We are having problems with our display machine and I need this tweaks list ASAP..
  4. Thanks, I don't have access to the file today but will send late tomorrow. John
  5. During tech rehearsals apparently our student programmer entered a time something like 5:65 (five minutes 65 seconds) and after that, the cues in that section of the show became unstable. Cues were disappearing, etc. I didn't believe it until I saw it and while the designer reverted to a previously saved version of the show I took the malfunctioning show file to our backup machine sestup, where I shot this video: https://photos.app.goo.gl/YEwN1268nM5Ccgxt2 Here, you can see some of the behavior. As I jump around the timeline using left and right keys, it's skipping over some cues and l
  6. There's a bunch of info on the forum, but it took me a while so I wrote up my notes on controlling a Panasonic projector using PJLink: http://controlgeek.net/blog/2018/3/11/controlling-the-shutter-on-a-panasonic-pt-dz21k2-projector-using-pjlink John
  7. Thanks for all the responses! I lost track of this post and am just seeing these now. John
  8. We have a projection designer coming in who wants to use the HAP codec but digging through this forum and searching around both my technician and I keep finding things online that apparently require QuickTime, which we got rid of when Apple stopped supporting it. Does anyone know a HAP codec that doesn't need Quicktime? John
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