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OSC manual

Post by edwin » Mon Dec 01, 2008 14:53

Finally the manual is updated with info about our OSC implementation.
Open the manual and choose OSC in the menu to get the info.
http://www.resolume.com/avenue/manual/

The manual describes how to control Resolume 3 via OSC, we created some Processing sketches that will help you on your way.
http://www.resolume.com/download/Resolu ... essing.zip

Let us know if you miss something or when you successfully used OSC with Resolume.
Have fun!

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Re: OSC manual

Post by edwin » Tue Dec 02, 2008 15:16

If you run Resolume 3 in OSX you could try the following OSC utility to send some test messages.

Browse to:
http://poly.share.dj/projects/#mrmr

Howto:
Enable OSC in preferences of Resolume
Download OSC Client
Change port to 7000
Change target to ip address of cumputer which runs Resolume, leave it like it is if it runs on the same machine
Set namespace to for instance '/composition/video/scale/values'
start moving the send floats (0-1) slider and watch what happens

If someone could point me to a OSC test client for windows let me know.

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Re: OSC manual

Post by gpvillamil » Wed Dec 03, 2008 16:28

Very cool, I'll work up some tests in Max/MSP.

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Re: OSC manual

Post by gpvillamil » Wed Dec 03, 2008 16:40

edwin wrote:The manual describes how to control Resolume 3 via OSC, we created some Processing sketches that will help you on your way.
http://www.resolume.com/download/Resolu ... essing.zip

Let us know if you miss something or when you successfully used OSC with Resolume.
Have fun!
Quick note re Processing sketches: you'll need to download and install the OSCP5 library for processing from http://www.sojamo.de/libraries/oscP5/, and when you do, *disregard the instructions on the site* and instead put the oscP5 folder together with all the other Processing libraries, eg. C:\Program Files\processing-1.0.1\libraries.

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Re: OSC manual

Post by andrei » Wed Dec 03, 2008 23:20

Everything is workin but the mapping in resolume.
I have the processing open and i load the ResolumeOSCProcessing on it.
Then what?
I have use the OSCulator and it works different, so thats why i am lost whit this processing.

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Re: OSC manual

Post by gpvillamil » Wed Dec 03, 2008 23:36

andrei wrote:Everything is workin but the mapping in resolume.
I have the processing open and i load the ResolumeOSCProcessing on it.
Then what?
I have use the OSCulator and it works different, so thats why i am lost whit this processing.
Make sure to Run the sketch in Processing - press the little button with the sideways pointing triangle. Then you can control a couple of Resolume parameters with the mouse, from the Processing sketch.

For more fun, you can run the Processing sketch on a completely separate computer - just change "localhost" in the sketch to the IP address of the computer running Resolume.

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Re: OSC manual

Post by VJNYC » Tue Dec 16, 2008 23:23

Any suggestions on OSC controllers? I am interested in this but don't know much about how OSC works. I saw the Lemur which looks cool but think its still too expensive.

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Re: OSC manual

Post by wuzzle » Tue Dec 30, 2008 19:32

VJNYC wrote:Any suggestions on OSC controllers? I am interested in this but don't know much about how OSC works. I saw the Lemur which looks cool but think its still too expensive.
I'm experimenting with my iphone. You could use a ipod touch as its the same tech. The app I use is TouchOSC which you can read about here: http://hexler.net/touchosc

A jailbroken device can even create one's own layouts for the buttons and such, but I haven't gone that far at this point.
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Re: OSC manual

Post by edwin » Tue Jan 27, 2009 09:00

The people at hexler (TouchOSC) are creating an editor for the application.
So within two months we can expect an editor that runs on your MAC. Hopefully we can create some templates to use with Resolume 3.

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Re: OSC manual

Post by ni-cad » Wed Apr 08, 2009 08:14

I'm trying to control clip position data and effects peramiters with time coded vynil using ms pinky to allow scratching of clips and effects. It seems there is a problem with scaling, ms pinky or to be more specific (Maxi patch AO) is outputting osc dat with values like 12000 but Resolume only excepts osc values between 0 - 1, how can I get around this problem, is there anyway Resolume can re-scale values like this? would I need to use an editor or are there any convertors?

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