tally lights

  1. glikely

    OBS Python MQTT Tally 0.1

    This script uses MQTT to set Tally light colours for sources. The script configuration dialog allows you to add a list of sources that should send Tally light updates. Any source that has the same name as one in the list will generate topic updates to set the light colour when the source...
  2. DeckerEgo

    TallyPi: Push scene changes to WiFi-enabled tally lights

    DeckerEgo submitted a new resource: TallyPi: Push scene changes to WiFi-enabled tally lights - A tally light platform that doesn't require remote connections into your OBS instance Read more about this resource...
  3. DeckerEgo

    OBS Lua TallyPi: Push scene changes to WiFi-enabled tally lights 0.4.1

    A network controlled tally light for cameras, intended for control directly from OBS. Rather than having the lights hit a web gateway hosted by OBS, this reaches out directly to the tally lights and controls them over HTTP. This does not use the websocket plugin and there is no need to open up...
  4. M

    Semi-free 3D Printable Wired Tally Light System for OBS (Arduino, RGB LED's & OBS Websocket) 3.2.4

    Project Overview This project utilizes a Windows .NET app, OBS websocket plugin, Arduino Pro Micro, WS2812 RGB LEDs, and 3D printed hardware to build an inexpensive OBS Tally Light system that is power efficient and relatively easy to get up and running. The tally lights themselves are designed...
  5. josephdadams

    Free Tally Light Software version 1.3

    I have created a free tally light solution that is compatible with OBS (and other sources). It is designed to let you configure multiple incoming tally sources like OBS or a video switcher (ATEM, Carbonite, etc.), and aggregate them together. You can view tally output on a browser, phone, or...
  6. theGamer93

    OBSTally - Tally-Lights using RaspberryPI GPIOs

    Hello, as I searched for this and did not found something simple I hacked it together myself. 10h ago I didn't know anything about OBS-Websocket or Python. So if there are errors or things to improve, go ahead and do an push request. :) https://github.com/denizkoekden/OBSTally It uses the...