Atem CCU

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Atem CCU

Hi there! 

Thanks so much for working on this project!  I am very new to JustMacros, and I am having an issue accessing an Atem CCU.  Currently I am using the free version of JustMacros but I am planning on purchasing a license as soon as I can afford it.  I would like to control the iris, zoom, and focus of a BM micro studio camera.  I would love to do this using the BCF2000 midi controller.  This maybe over my head, but I would like to give it a try.

I have two questions:

  1. Under the new license structure which license of JustMacros is needed to access the iris, zoom, and focus?
  2. When I try to use the JustMacros CCU commands with the free version of JustMacros I just get "Sorry you cannot Access a CCU other than 4 in the FREE JustMacros Version".  This happens even when I try to access the CCU of Camera 4.  Should i be trying another camera CCU?

Thanks so much for your help!

Joe

 

 

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You currently need PRO, as it

You currently need PRO, as it is effectively controlling up to 20 devices.

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ATEMMixerCCUGetLensIris

Thanks John!  I now have a Pro License.

 

For anyone else who maybe looking, the CCU commands of the free license of JustMacros work with Camera 5.

 

I now am having an issue with ATEMMixerCCUGetLensZoom and ATEMMixerCCUGetLensIris, when i call either of them i simply get a 0 back.  Even when i change the Zoom and Iris values with the Atem Mixer Software.  Maybe the format that i'm using isn't correct.

 

VSLog(" Lens Zoom: " .. ATEMMixerCCUGetLensZoom(   1, 1 ));

 

Thanks so much for your help!

 

Joe

 

 

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The reason I stopped working

The reason I stopped working on the CCU side, is I couldn't figure it all out, without buying loads of lenses and kinda reverse engineering it all. As the sub-protocol isn't part of the ATEM SDK or defined within it.

HOWEVER I recently found out it is all defined in the Camera SDK / Manual.

It's "on my to do list", and fairly near the top, hang on for a few days, and I'll try to resolve the issues, and I can finally do a job on the XKeys Joystick mappings to CCU - basically now I have the protocol definition from the Camera documentation.

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Thanks John!

Thanks John!  I'll keep working on the rest, and wait to hear from you!

Thanks

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CCU ATEM XKEYS

Hello, Please do you have any solution because i'm in the same place !

i simply get a 0 back :

ATEMMixerCCUGetLensZoom(1,1)

for Iris too... !

Help !!

French - ATEM 2, 1x Camera Studio HD, 3x Sony EX1, 2 Panasonic HE-120, Xkeys+Just macros

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same issue
iherve wrote:

Hello, Please do you have any solution because i'm in the same place !

i simply get a 0 back :

ATEMMixerCCUGetLensZoom(1,1)

for Iris too... !

Help !!

 

Got the same issue and had to change windows 10 region settings by changing the decimal from"," to "." and turning the language from french to english (UK). It now works but the zoom command that controls the iris.

The correct expression to control camera 5 (the only available in free version) is

ATEMMixerCCUGetLensZoom(1,5,zoom) where zoom is a number between 0 and 1