As promised here, we’ve got part 2 of our Resolume behind the scenes video today on the blog!

Resolume – Operator View

Alright, so now we’re on the front side. You can see we’re using Resolume and we’re using those sources I talked about. We’re using the output, we’re using all of that to create these very cohesive environments.

To my right here, I have a multi-view and what this is showing me is these three outputs are the three outputs I am sending to video world. In video world, he gets a chance to decide whether or not he takes this on the side screens and then for the most part these two objects are hitting the switcher and actually going directly to the LED processors.

Now the reason we’re going through the video switcher is for two main reasons: number one so that we can put program, the main camera cut which is up here or whatever’s going on streams or whatever, he could actually lay that on top of that center graphic just like this and it’s in time. Being in time is critical. If I were to do that through Resolume, it would have frame delays. So it’d be a slight delay between the two.

Right here what I just was touching is basically a switcher panel for his video switcher. I’m actually controlling certain aspects. So when I trigger this it’s actually putting program into that center screen. I actually have control over certain things I can turn a key on and off, so if we wanted lyrics in and out or if a speaker has speaker notes or bullet points or whatever we can take those in and out as well.

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And then you’ll notice right here on the multi view, you’ll notice I have a thing called bus link one and bus link two, those are separate video feeds that I actually have control of of what’s coming in to hear so these are a bunch of different presets. If everything was up and running you to see these if I went through them. But I can bring up just the tight follow camera or I can bring program in or I can bring a link she’s actually got a bus link that when he hits camera one its actually sending me camera five. There’s always a separate camera being sent, that’s a cool little feature.

 

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And then I come over here and I can basically lay these out, I can place them anywhere. Any of those two I can do anything I want within those sources.

So to sort of show you how we’re processing the actual footage in Resolume, I put up my test pattern. I come in here you can see right here this is the actual spatial layout of how the wall lives inside the program. Now you can tell it’s not exactly perfect but it’s enough that the eye wouldn’t be able to see a lot of the difference visually.

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However that’s not how we’re sending it to video system. This is actually how the LED processors are seeing it. So all of the four squares on stage are all in one video processor and then the top, the center and there’s actually a lower LED bar right here that’s on the drum riser, all those are actually on a different processor. So when I go in click, play a clip back here like I was just doing, and then I come in here you can actually see how that splitting that up in a very funky way even though what it looks like to the human eye is this. So video is actually playing in each of these little windows is what’s coming through so that selected the input, it goes to the output and that’s basically how we’re doing our pixel mapping

Did you miss part 1? Check it out here.

Tim Southwick

Author Tim Southwick

Tim is the Brand Manager for TripleWide Media. He has 10 years experience in the event management world and has a strong desire to see visuals and media used to increase the user experience.

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