Fades other than cut are likely to be some way off. It looks like I need to use the GPU and OpenGLES to do them as the ARM processor is not fast enough. It seems to take about a second to manipulate a 1 megapixel image and a fade really needs at least 12 frames/sec.sjmason7777 wrote:Hello Ken,
Any idea when transitions besides "cut" will be available? Also, is there a way to display images so they are full screen like the video (or match the same size window as the video) in a mixed media presentation?
Thanks for all your hard work!
You can't at the moment. A number of people have asked for this and it's the next thing I will add.gizmoCraig wrote:Hi Ken,
I have a kiosk display with four video tracks. Each video is supposed to play when a button is pressed.
4 videos, and 4 buttons - one for each.
I want to start videos on demand from a blank screen. For example if the user presses button 3 I want video three to start. If there is another video in progress I want that one to stop and the new video to start (interrupting the current video).
Many thanks,KenT wrote:gizmoCraig wrote:Hi Ken,
You can't at the moment. A number of people have asked for this and it's the next thing I will add.
Watch this thread for an announcement, timescale depends on the weather
[/quote]mohog wrote:I am having trouble getting pipresents or pipresents-next to auto run upon boot. I receive an error message: The command line options specified a profile that does not exist.
I used section 8.6 of the manual to attempt this. If I copy the line of text out of the auto start file and paste it in to a terminal window it will run.
also I am needing some help stringing multiple arguments together to make the screen not blank and go full screen.
here is the line that works from the terminal but the screen is not full and it blanks out.
python /home/pi/pipresents/pipresents.py -p pp_liveshow
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pi@raspberrypi ~ $ python /home/pi/pipresents/pipresents.py -o /home/pi/pp_home -p pp_liveshow -d 0.21 PiPresents Pi Presents is starting 0.21 PiPresents Trying pp_home at: /home/pi/pp_home/pp_home 1 1.21 PiPresents Trying pp_home at: /home/pi/pp_home/pp_home 2 2.21 PiPresents Trying pp_home at: /home/pi/pp_home/pp_home 3 3.21 PiPresents Trying pp_home at: /home/pi/pp_home/pp_home 4 4.22 PiPresents Trying pp_home at: /home/pi/pp_home/pp_home 5 5.22 PiPresents Trying pp_home at: /home/pi/pp_home/pp_home 6 6.22 PiPresents Trying pp_home at: /home/pi/pp_home/pp_home 7 7.22 PiPresents Trying pp_home at: /home/pi/pp_home/pp_home 8 8.22 PiPresents Trying pp_home at: /home/pi/pp_home/pp_home 9 9.24 ResourceReader Read resources from /home/pi/pipresents/pp_home/resources.cfg 10.53 MediaShow Starting show: mymediashow 10.54 MediaShow Waiting for trigger: start 10.54 MediaShow Track type is: message 14.13 PiPresents kill received from user 14.13 PiPresents kill sent to show 14.14 MediaShow sent terminate to player 14.19 MessagePlayer quit received 14.20 MediaShow Returned from player with message: user quit 14.20 MediaShow Ending Mediashow: mymediashow 14.20 PiPresents Returned to piresents with reason: killed and message user quit 14.20 PiPresents Pi Presents ending with message: user quit 14.20 PiPresents kill received - exiting
Video, images, and audio. In [pipresents] audio is played by omxplayer in [pipresents-next] by MPlayer which is better because you do not get a blank screen and a wider range of formats is supported.mohog wrote:thank you, it now works.
will the stock liveshow show more than images? for example will it play video clips placed in the same folder?
Hi DonDonWright wrote:I have a project (a few Liveshows and a GPIO-controlled nested Menushow) finishing up this week for use during an expo next week. Is 1.2.2a more stable than 1.2.1d - or otherwise enough improved to justify switching at this late stage? I'm hesitant to go to production with a release a week old. --Don