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  1. hi dear I want to write a protocol to control the watchout externally. I'm trying to find a way to take control from anywhere with the internet. Thank you always for your replies.
  2. There is a command to give inputs a value but... Is there any other to get the current value of an input? Or maybe a way for the setInput command to send back the value after the applied modification?
  3. When operating without a production server (aka from a control perspective - cluster mode), load “show name” defines the control cluster members and defines the control cluster master. The control cluster definition consists of the loaded show file’s stage window. i.e. Any valid display server definition (Display - Specification) in the stage window is a member of the control cluster. The WATCHOUT computer address parameters (name - cluster name) are something different from a control cluster. watchpoint will accept new load commands from a valid IP connection or script at any time from any connection, the most recent takes precedence. The load command should only be sent to one member of the control cluster. Since every member of a group contains a copy of the show file, any member can be the master. If you want to change the master and/or change the group, simply execute a load of a show containing the desired new parameters.
  4. Hi all, I'm getting an error message from Watchout when trying to load a show. I start from an unloaded display, and when the load command is sent, I get a quarter second of "verifying" which is then replaced with "aborted". The display then sits there until I try again or go online with the production software. My message being sent (from packet sender) is: authenticate 1\rload "COMPNAME" true true\r I've tried loading following the unload command, loading following a reboot, and loading following being previously online from the production machine. I've changed which machine I am trying to conduct the show from. I have 3 machines in this cluster, with 4 video outputs each. Any thoughts from the group? Thanks, Bryan
  5. I am working with an older model Barco HDX Flex 20 projector and I need to shutter the projector on and off at times. Has anyone done this that is willing to share how its done?
  6. In my actual setup we have created a web controller to play the show cues. Whenever I send the command to play the cues, there is a noticeable lag on the video start, but it doesn't happen everytime on every cue, seems to be a little random. There are no error messages in the log so I cannot figure out what is going on. Also the problem manifests with every kind of formats and codecs (so far I have used .mp4 and .mov with h264 and HAP codecs). Operating System: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601) Service Pack 1 (7601.win7sp1_rtm.101119-1850) Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790 CPU @ 3.60GHz (8 CPUs), ~3.6GHz Memory: 16384MB RAM Available OS Memory: 16302MB RAM Page File: 2056MB used, 47010MB available Card name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 Manufacturer: NVIDIA Chip type: GeForce GTX 970 DAC type: Integrated RAMDAC Display Memory: 3710 MB Dedicated Memory: 4007 MB Shared Memory: 3798 MB
  7. Ready "6.1.6" "WATCHPOINT" "Windows" true authenticate 1 setInput "CVol" 1 1000 Error 7 0 "Unrecognized command: setInput" I'm trying to control my setup as follows. Other commands like gotoControlCue and run work fine, but I can't get this one to work. Any clues? Thanks in advance. PS: I know we are some versions behind but updating is not an option since this is controlled by the IT department.
  8. Anyone manage to get ip control of the newer Barco 30k Lasers? They dont support pjlink, and the usual barco hex strings dont seem to work either. Hell, they wont even let you log into the web ip address unless you know to specify port 9999, which seems to be the pulse address. I also found a copy of the JSON-RPC 2.0. command guide, which it seems to use to communicate, but im not much of a programmer and even copying their example code in many different ways didnt seem to help. My end goal is shutter commands, power would also be useful, but its the only projector ive used that i cant get network shutters. Thanks, -Marc L
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