network playback sync across different computers/instances of millumin
it would be great to have the ability to sync up multiple computers/instances of millumin across a network for video wall-like applications
Planned for Millumin V2+ edition
Michael Voccola commented
I find Millinum superior to WATCHOUT from a user experience perspective. I'd really like to see the ability to to scale Millinum to support more outputs in the way WATCHOUT allows content to span across multiple machines and would be willing to pay a significant premium to make that possible.
Your GUI layout is so easy to use and very intuitive. It would be great if you could sink multiple machines together through a network.
(Windows version would be nice also).
Your features are much more intuitive than in Watchout. If you could have the sync with multiple machines. You have a much better product than WO.
(watchout op for over 12 years)
Philip Hamilton commented
Love this idea!
The backup system can follow without manipulation until it is needed.
Don't know where we would visualize all of this... In our Millumin's eye view?
Shen zhongbin commented
Airbeam is cool
ProVideoPlayer2 has a really good network sync feature which is close to frame accurate. It would be great to have a 'sync to slave' option which then also sync'd any actions on the main computer.
and manage all media from one computer that copy the correct files on each millumin's computer connected to a specific beamer.. roughly watchout
This is a great idea controll all machines with a master timeline like a wachtout and digital sky.
I hope to see you soon in action.
control the play and pause en différentes parameter from one computers/instances to other sync. can be use for wall and for différente screen in exhibition for exemple.
"master machine could control the time position for all the compositions"
We need this feature...
Brady Villadsen commented
This would be awesome!
AdminPhilippe Chaurand (Admin, Millumin) commented
I digged this a bit, and it's technically possible.
i'd like to start by a simple synchronization mode.
What's about synchronizing composition/timeline position ? Every computer could have a different composition, and the master machine could control the time position for all the compositions.
Tell me what you think about this.
Søren Knud commented
This is one of the most amazing things, and I think that "Watchout" is doing this really well, and it is a great way to sync things. Hope to see it here too !!!!
seria muy grande