Re: video projections on cue
- From: "Grumpy" <grumpy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 7 Sep 2005 08:19:31 -0700
Thanks. I had forgotten about running MIDI thru SFX -- I'll have to go
back into the closet and see what we've got that would respond to midi.
And DMX is a thought too- hmmmm.. we have an old Horizon system and a
lighting board that sends midi, come to think of it.... hmmmm. Thanks!
Lawrence Stromski wrote:
> MIDI is one good way of doing this. You can interface MIDI with SFX and
> almost all lighting consoles for triggering, most good video apps should
> support MIDI triggering.
> DMX is a possibility as well, programs like Arkaos will support DMX
> triggering/sending to/from lighting consoles.
> If you find that your sound controller or lighting controller support SMPTE
> you might be able to have joint triggering this way. I will admit to never
> having used SMPTE before so I'm not exactly sure of its capabilities but I
> know people use it for that kind of synchronisation.
> Lastly I guess you might find some complicated network way of doing it,
> perhaps ArtNet if you have a lighting controller that supports ArtNet, there
> are free ArtNet programs available that can take a trigger from a desk and
> cue a program, SandNet from Sand Network Systems is one way of making that
> -Lawrence Stromski.
> <dave@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > You may be able to do this with Powerpoint by embeding each video in a
> > slide.
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