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  • #3578

    anibalzorrilla
    Participant

    Hello, can I put the video stream of youtube or skype in Isadora whith Spout?

    My Nvidia: NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M
    Manufacturer NVIDIA
    Model GeForce GT 540M
    GPU GF108
    Device ID 10DE-0DF4
    Revision A2

    #3580

    leadedge
    Keymaster

    Not directly, but it might be possible using Newtek NDI and VLC.

    You can play a youtube video in VLC :

    https://www.vlchelp.com/play-youtube-videos-vlc-media-player/

    There is a Newtek output plugin for VLC and you can then use the “NDI to Spout” utility to transfer via Spout into Isadora.

    http://spout.zeal.co/forums/topic/vlc-ndi-plugin-to-resolume-via-ndi-to-spout/

    #3581

    anibalzorrilla
    Participant

    Thanks! Can I capture the video stream from Skype?

    #3582

    leadedge
    Keymaster

    I don’t know of any way to do that.

    #3583

    anibalzorrilla
    Participant

    Ryan Webber (http://www.dusxproductions.com/) found this! I don’t know if it works, I tell you when I compile it:

    https://github.com/spiraltechnica/ScreenShare

    #3591

    anibalzorrilla
    Participant

    I let yo a threat: https://community.troikatronix.com/topic/3562/skype-in-isadora

    I can do it with NDI, NDI to Spout and the actor Spout reciver, but I have some troubles, if you see the link they are explained with screenshots, thanks!

    #3592

    leadedge
    Keymaster

    I am not sure where the problem is because there are several possibilities that need to be isolated.

    You could try typing in the sender name into the SpoutReceiver2 “Sender Name” field. It has to be exact and is case sensitive.

    The next thing is to use the NDIreceiver.dll freeframe plugin that comes with the Spout to NDI installation instead of the Spoutreceiver2 dll as Maximortal suggests.

    Selection of the source is not easy because it uses a slider control but you should be able to work that out.

    #3593

    anibalzorrilla
    Participant

    Problem solved in this way, thanks a lot!

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