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Author Topic: B-Station OSC Sending double integers  (Read 1290 times)

September 18, 2014, 09:47:08 PM
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M Jarvis

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Hello,

We are using the B-Station to trigger specific cues in Cuestation via OSC.

Cuestation is looking for something with a double integer. ie /recall 0 500
The first integer telling it if it is a cue or subcue, 0= cue and 1=subcue.
The second being either the cue or subcue number ie 500.

To trigger cuestation from QLab my message is simply /recall 0 500.
In OSC Monitor it translates to ['/recall', ',ii', 0,500]

From the B-Station I'm sending an osc unsigned set where param 1 is /recall and pram 2 is 0 and receiving ['/recall', ', i',0].
It doesn't allow me to send 0, 500 or '0''500' or '0,500'. 

Is there a way I can send and osc message with 2 integers?


Thank You

M. Jarvis


October 02, 2014, 02:20:32 PM
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Maarten Engels

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hi,

Unfortunately this is not possible. There are only two parameters in a task; one is already taken up by the URI. So there is only one parameter left for entering the integer.
Maarten Engels
Visual Productions BV

 

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