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IP adress rubs my nervs

Posted: Sat Jan 16, 2021 03:03
by Louis
Why i can`t give an IP Adress?
Resolume grabs permanent WRONG ip Adress.
Thats rubs my nervs!!!
ALL other Software can handle an IP Adress given by User.

In my complet Network i nowhere have a 169.XXX.XXX.XXX IP.
My IP is now
But Resolume think i have a Bluetooth Adapter or some like this for OSC.
And,... i can`t change it.
Newstart of Resolume give no effect, newstart for PC give no effect.....

That i can`t change the IP for the Software -NO i NOT wanne change the IP of my Computer!!!!- is *******
A normal PopUp Window where i can give a custom IP -like ALL other professionell Software can do- will solve this ******

Is there any Update in Line that change this bug???

Re: IP adress rubs my nervs

Posted: Sat Jan 16, 2021 14:12
by Zoltán
This is just information of your first found adapter.

Is OSC input/output not working?

Re: IP adress rubs my nervs

Posted: Sat Jan 16, 2021 14:44
by Louis
The Adapter is wrong.
I work with Cable-LAN for my connection Resolume-Lightdesk.
WLan for Internet.

And Resolume ever choose a Non-Existadapter (i know 169.254.XXX.XXX is when Win10 find an IP Adress it is in use and "create" a "virtual" Second IP for this Adapter) for try connect.
Apple is more worse...

All i wanne do is, say free what IP Resolume have to work with.
Yes, sometimes OSC not works

Another Question for OSC:
(for example) works.
works not.

I wanne clear the "Player".
What i need is, start a Video for a LED Wall (Text Block).
This text fade in with xy Seconds. And then stand still.
Until i need to switch of.
For this switch off i now works with an empty slot and "start" this.
/composition/layers/1/clips/1/connect (for the Textblock)
and then:
/composition/layers/1/clips/2/connect (for the empty Slot that switch off the Clip 1)

Is there a smarter way i can do it?
My idea-wish is, switch Clip 1 off via the "X"-Button (/composition/layers/1/clear).
So i can create a "general-macro" and use this for switch off also all other clips.
But if i send the X-Button OSC Order it seems i press AND hold the X-Button.

What do i miss?
Must i send /comp/xxxxxxx/clear=0 and direct follow /comp/xxxxxxx/clear=1?
Means a "double" OSC Order?
My Desk is an ETC EOS System.
(For first question, with this i work in IP Range 10.101.XXX.XXX and for sACN for my Lightsystem. I not wanne change my System because one User in my system can`t handle IP Adresses. I want that this User can work with an User-Given-IP.)

Re: IP adress rubs my nervs

Posted: Sat Jan 16, 2021 16:53
by Arvol
What NIC adapter is selected in your DMX preferences tab?

Re: IP adress rubs my nervs

Posted: Sat Jan 16, 2021 19:05
by Louis
Thats my settings...

Re: IP adress rubs my nervs

Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2021 11:31
by Zoltán
Resolume passes the OSC packet to the system and the system sends them based on the Routing table.
As I said, the interface IP you see there is just info, Resolume listens on all interfaces.

The DMX adapter setting is only for DMX input and output.
fick-dich wrote: Sat Jan 16, 2021 14:44 This:
works not.
You'd need to send an int 1 to /composition/layers/1/clear to empty the layer, then an int 0 to clear the button state, in separate OSC messages.

Triggering an empty clip slot also works if you have "Own layer" set as composition clip target.

Re: IP adress rubs my nervs

Posted: Tue Jan 19, 2021 14:20
by Louis
Thanks for help.
It seems, now it works how i want.

For ETC EOS User:
It is possible send two OSC strings in one Macro.
send_string /composition/...... Marco_wait 0.1 send _string /composition/....
works for me.
An "ENTER" behind the time "0.1" i must not give.
Without "macro_wait....." the Macro only send the first string.
Works in Fore -and Background Modus.