Got it. Appreciate the reply. Would be willing to test implementation with cameras if needed.PTZ Optics use a slightly variant of the VISCA protocol that hasn't been implemented yet. It is on the to-do list.
Hi man, realy apreciated your contributions realy works with my Naipix PTX NDI and OBS, but only manage with the mouse, when try add Gamepad ps2,ps3 your plugin not recognize the hardware. Let me now if get wrong some steps for configure.
first install the 0.6 now reeplace the files with the version 0.8 but not have response from Gamepad. Whe enable GamePad some reason see for just miliseconds one windows of OBS and dissapear but nothings happends. The control not aviable.
I think the "not finding the Gamepad" is a timing issue and a lot of people are having the same issue. I found a post where someone mentioned that it takes a few seconds after you initiate the QT Gamepad library before it returns a handle. His solution was to put the call in a loop. Maybe glikely can try this fix too? Here is the discussion.
I've just pushed out prototype code for VISCA-over-TCP support (PTZOptics, Jimcom, etc) into the `visca-tcp` topic branch. Can I get some help testing please? A windows build can be found on github: https://github.com/glikely/obs-ptz/actions/runs/1348631206
Let me know here if it works. If you run into problems create a github issues and attach the OBS log file so I can see the details.
Hi, Newby here to OBS and PTZ controle. I have a IP camera which sometime use it for basic live streaming via OBS. I tried to use the Plugin with both IP address and rtsp stream. But nothing favoured me. Just wanted to know whether I need to by more hardware in order to use this plugin to control the IP camera via OBS. My IP cam has a little information on the GUI about the PTZ control as seen on the attached screenshot. Thanks.
Just gave this a whirl with an ancient Canon VC-C3 connected serially. Heard some whirs and clicks, but sadly nothing that could be called control. I have some developer docs available for this thing if you're interested in pursuing support for it.
I've just tagged the v0.9.0 release. Thanks to everyone who has helped with testing and providing feedback for this release. Here is the list of new features:
- Pelco-D protocol
- VISCA over TCP (Used by PTZ Optics, Jimcom, and others)
- Windows package contains both 32-bit and 64-bit support
- Installer package for Windows
- Reorganized settings dialog
- Settings dialog is more responsive
- Context menu for cameras added to dock to control power and one-push white balance
- Double clicking...
Hi Jaypa,The attached are the network, ONVIF, P2P settings from the GUI of the camera.
The camera make is CamHi. I do not have any link for the manual and also couldnt find any ón online too.
The camera is connected by only via an ethernet cable to the router and no other connections.