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by Anothertom
Tue Feb 14, 2017 09:58
Forum: General Chat
Topic: Syphoner for PC
Replies: 6
Views: 3802

Re: Syphoner for PC

Spout is for PC, it's just less useful as it needs support from both the captured programming and the receiving programming. Sadly it's the closest there currently is without using a second computer and a capture card. As far as I know... Depending on what you're trying to capture, XSplit can be use...
by Anothertom
Sat Feb 04, 2017 18:55
Forum: Problems? Bugs? Solutions!
Topic: help with selecting audio input
Replies: 2
Views: 2844

Re: help with selecting audio input

I guess you're using windows? If you to recording devices (right click the speaker icon in the notification area, then recording devices) and set 'Stereo Mix' to be the default device that should do what you're trying to achieve. You may need to right click and 'show disabled devices' to get it to a...
by Anothertom
Sat Jan 07, 2017 01:42
Forum: Problems? Bugs? Solutions!
Topic: black output with Resolume Arena
Replies: 42
Views: 29312

Re: black output with Resolume Arena

So I had this problem but with an older generation GPU (660m) which was seemed similar to what i've read in this thread. Running integrated graphics worked fine but no output from dedicated GPU. I solved it a while ago using this solution from joris (second post), http://resolume.com/forum/viewtopic...
by Anothertom
Thu Dec 15, 2016 10:18
Forum: General Chat
Topic: 2 outputs 2 different displays?
Replies: 7
Views: 7557

Re: 2 outputs 2 different displays?

In this case you won't need anything other than adapters. Depending on where you're controlling from, where the projectors/inputs are and what connector/standard the inputs are on, it's probably best to use the two miniDP outputs with active adapters. If you've got long runs over HDMI or DVI look in...
by Anothertom
Sun Nov 20, 2016 23:59
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Will this build get me by?
Replies: 2
Views: 2650

Re: Will this build get me by?

I suppose, maybe, it depends on what you're trying to do with it. And you've quoted a motherboard which turns into RAM specification. You've covered most of the major points fairly well, personally I might try to get a larger SSD or even move to an NVMe drive. If you've got the money for a new 1050 ...
by Anothertom
Sun Oct 30, 2016 16:32
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Razer Core
Replies: 3
Views: 2303

Re: Razer Core

pretty sure that's not right, you can run the integrated screen of the external gpu. And the core can be hot plugged, switching which gpu is being used is done in a desktop app. However, there is also the question of "is it worth it?" current generation laptops have desktop grade GPUs in (...
by Anothertom
Thu Oct 27, 2016 02:41
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Microsoft Surface Studio
Replies: 1
Views: 1623

Re: Microsoft Surface Studio

I think that Microsoft might be taking leave of their senses in thinking that because apple charge ridiculous money for impractical systems (who actually needs a 5K [iMac] or 4500x3000 [surface studio] display?) then they should join in. This is obviously their preemptive strike at the next generati...
by Anothertom
Fri Oct 07, 2016 19:32
Forum: Hardware
Topic: New PC Build
Replies: 5
Views: 3934

Re: New PC Build

Processor - any recent i5 would be fine. if you're also doing video editing or running multiple demanding programs at once then look to go up to an i7. Don't fall for any low-power options (nothing that ends with T U or P)! GPU - unless you're pushing a massive number of pixels you don't really need...
by Anothertom
Tue Sep 20, 2016 22:58
Forum: Problems? Bugs? Solutions!
Topic: how to create pips
Replies: 1
Views: 1111

Re: how to create pips

Hi, Assuming you've worked out how to get the live camera and the presentation into resolume, then setting up the outputs is fairly straight forward. As i see it there are two options: 1. set the composition size to the full width of the output (for this example we'll assume 3 1920x1080 outputs not ...
by Anothertom
Fri Aug 12, 2016 00:56
Forum: Hardware
Topic: new system build
Replies: 2
Views: 2764

Re: new system build

My rambly thoughts reading your post: Spending extra for a dual socket mobo is very rarely a good idea, an i7-5960X or comparable xeon (essentially an i7 minus the onboard graphics for cheaper) would be more applicable. Resolume won't take advantage of dual processors, and i doubt vmix would either....