I need to have several video outputs that run in sync. A friend who
works in a art exhibition space told me there would be couple of
solutions for this but both involve buying pretty expensive equipment
like special DVD players.
I thought then that a solution for this issue could be to have several
computers on a local network playing video (with GEM) and synchronise
them via OSC. But I dont have any experience doing such a thing, never
used OSC for anything similar. Also I dont have a clue about how to
synchronise together videos.
Has anyone done anything similar? any experiences to share?
we used a dual-head machine (actually it was a quad-head, so we had
plenty of space for editing...) running a single gemwin covering both
screens and 2 [pix_film]s that were controlled by the same counter.
since Gem allows you frame-accurate access, the 2 videos were in perfect