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Custom Panel to Control Blackmagic Design HyperDeck
File Size: 1.1 MB
Requirements: DashBoard 6.0 or higher.
This custom panel demonstrates how to control a Blackmagic Design’s Hyperdeck by the TCP base control protocol. It also demonstrates the use of global variables, and how to use parameter values to change apparently fixed attributes of UI elements. Have look at how the TCP Listener in this panel can be reconfigured to use user-defined IP addresses for the deck.
There’s a Technical Note included in the download that details this and other helpful Integration techniques.
File Size: 11.7 MB
Requirements: XPression 5.2 or higher; DashBoard 6.0 or higher.
The Cricket app is an example XPression control panel.
It can be used to score a limited overs cricket game, and instance
graphics templates to show the batting and bowling analysis, last
man, batting team score, and the names of the active bowler and
Points of interest
· Use of the Table widget to provide a database-like view of parameters
· Dynamic reprogramming of parameter constraints
· Techniques for managing a large number of state variables/parameters
· Context sensitive menu hide and reveal