Type: Posts; User: SBowie
Just to mention it, if you're running AE, you could probably doing this without either VSE or LiveSets (by loading the PSD as a border applied to layer B in a 2-Layer effect, and resizing/positioning...
Assuming a network connection between the two units, that's all you need.
AE required. SE does not support DataLink internally.
Oh good! Thanks for checking, Jeff.
Just for clarity, I think this is an AE-only feature though.
Your best solution to this problem is to contact Customer Service. If your system is registered as a Multi-Standard unit, they should be able to sort it out.
No TriCaster ever required a command line option to run, not to say something like that might not work. Have you looked in the manual?
Sorry, I just noticed your subject line, didn't realize you were running an SD TriCaster. These are different. Seems to me there was a menu at upper right on the TriCaster screen, but I could be...
The video standard (PAL or NTSC) is set in the startup screen when you create a new session.
You don't, nor do you need to. I think I see what has confused you, and will explain below.
You always needed a LiveSet effect to use the positioner to control the A and B layers. This hasn't...
Hard to say.
We constantly try to minimize unnecessary clutter; you would not believe (seriously) how much work goes into keeping all of these controls compact, convenient, clutter free and...
It should. Nothing significant has changed with respect to repositioning individual M/E layers, either with respect to the control surface, or in the user interface. The remark re: "the 'former Mini...
In this context, "release" always means 'public release'. It might be worth mentioning that it sometimes takes a day or so for the readme on the website to be updated following a release.
I tend to agree that if you have "Share Media Folders" off, TriCaster should respect any manual share settings you establish. I've spoken to the devs about this, and I think it will come to pass. ...
fyi - there should be a release this afternoon that is expected to resolve this problem.
Clicking the 'gear' over the input selection icons at the bottom of the PTZ tab should open the PTZ Control tab in the Hardware Configuration panel.
Well, we've all fallen for that one, haven't we. ;)
Ultimately, these mostly boil down to "Hi, I'm a crook, and I picked your name from a hat ... with your help I can get away with it and make us both rich."
Helpful, but not my question. What resolution is the source - the PowerPoint screen?
What resolution is the source?
Yeah, I've read that before. There's a treatise somewhere on how those really obvious Nigerian scams are deliberately transparent in order to filter out anyone with half a wit.
This leaves two of my 'shot in the dark' questions remaining:
- I assume you don't have any unsupported software installed (?)
- Is there any chance of a power or heat issue causing early...
Yeah, I'm a little dizzy myself. That said, it's not hard to see that interrupting an Autoplay out may have unintended consequences.
I think this might prove helpful. The fact that we don't see a lot of 'Me too!' replies suggests this is an isolated issue, and it can be hard to track those down.
That's an exorbitantly high failure rate. If we had that much trouble with drives, there's be loud alarms going off here, believe me. I worry that there's something else involved here that we...