Remaining time timecode

Hi,

I need to use the remaining time panel to cue all the team of my show.
But, actually, the size is really small. Can we find a solution (with a third-program, I suppose) to have a big timecode on my screen ?

Thanks,

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  • Thanks, but how to link Millumin and Timecode Display ? 
    With Qlab ? Any tutorial ?

    Thanks,
  • hello @PPHHMM,

    Millumin doesn't support Midi timecode (MTC). So I don't think TimecodeDisplay will work.
    If you want to see the remaining/elapsed time of your medias, you can use those lemur bricks.

    You can also create your own application receiving the OSC Messages :
    "/millumin/index:1/media/time"
    "/millumin/layer:layer/media/normalizedTime"

    regards
    AntoineM*
  • With Qlab ? Message in Millumin for Qlab ? Something like that ?
  • Hello @PPHHMM,

    Lemur bricks don't need Qlab to work. Just use the Lemur editor to had them in your template.
    Note that you can had multiple clocks just by changing the "watchedLayerIndex" option in Lemur.

    Otherwise, you can use any technologie of the developer kit  to create your own application.

    Regards

    AntoineM*

  • edited May 2017
    Hi,

    I made an app with a help from my friend. 
    It reads the remaining time of the video and displays it. You can run it on your network or the same machine as Millumin.
    Get it from here:

    Setting up:
    From Interactions, choose Manage devices, from there: OSC- tab
    check both boxes "API feedback" and "Enable".
    To machine field, here the IP of the remote machine you have the clock app running, if you run this on the same machine than Millumin, "localhost" will do. Port is 8000.

    You have to rename the layers you want to monitor as "time" (without " ") you can select multiple layers, but if there are multiple videos playing at the same time, it will not work.

    There is a different display mode for videos that have the last frame frozen.

    If it gets stuck, hit any key to reset.

    When you have everything running, you can close the MAX console window, that is there just for troubleshooting, and to see that the OSC messages are coming in.

    I'm happy to hear any feedback




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  • Amazing. This app is perfect. With localhost, it's perfect.
    Can I use it on another computer, setting the ip adresse ?
    Thanks for the great job...
  • edited April 2017
    Thanks.

    Yes you can run it on remote computer.
    set your remote computers IP on the "to machine" field in Millumin OSC settings. And have the computers on same network.

    In the picture I have the remote machine at 10.0.1.2
    And the Millumin machine at 10.0.1.3
  • And forgot the picture :) Here it is.
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  • Hi, great app, run well, thanks dnny!!
    Is it possible to get the time elapsed instead of the remaining time?

  • OgiOgi
    edited May 2017
    Works perfectly, It will be useful for backstage.
    thanks a lot for your quick response dnny!
  • Nice useful app. Would it possible to make it so that when you resize the window, the clock scales with it? Thanks
  • Not working for me.  OSX High Sierra doesn't like it.  Says the file is "damaged".  Dnny, any luck with a rev update that might work on OSX High Sierra with M2.18 ?


    Thanks,


    Jason
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  • edited June 1
    Has anyone found out how to make the BigClockbyName or BigClockbyItem Lemur blocks work?  Even in the tutorial posted here:  http://help.millumin.com/?page=02_tutorials_advanced/lemur_show_control - I could not get the remaining time tab to work, even after fixing the typos in the code.

    Anyway, if anyone has a working way to pull remaining timecode by Layer name or Column name or any way really - from Millumin back into Lemur or another app, please let me know.  Seems everything that was once working has either been broken with OSX or Millumin updates, or the source code has been corrupted.   I'm stuck - Thanks..!


    Jason
  • Hello @Jason_Vaughan

    I've tried the sample from the dev kit and they work on our side.
    Are you sure that your OSC configuration is working ? (Is this working with, basics Lemur buttons ?)
    Keep in mind that Lemur input port is 8000 by default and can't be changed. 

    What version of Millumin/macos are you using ? 

    Best. 


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    AntoineM*
     

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