RaspberryPi Tally Free Image

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RaspberryPi Tally Free Image

Hi Guys, 

Some of you might know I created a RaspberryPi Tally some time ago using the GPIO on it, 

Anyway I decided to release the disk image for it.

Of course it comes as is, and the limitations it currently has is it only supports 8 cameras, and will only do one Program on  at a time.

If you want to use it feel free, if you like it feel free to donate some cash. If you do I might add some more features to it.

 

I have upgraded the Pi Tally software to V3

It is pretty much a whole rewrite,

Supports TVS, ATEM, and ATEM 4K

Upgraded OS to support Pi1-3

Now supports multiple programs and previews on at once (for layers and supersource)

Should be more reliable (I hope)

Cleaner Code.

 

You can get it here
http://www.tbdproductions.com.au/software/

Kingsley

I have my own TV Show, Player Attack. I also film live music, its fun!!!

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:'( the link is broken ...

:'( the link is broken ...

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woops try now.

woops try now.

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RPi2 and RPi3

Hi.
Can you help me with you image?
 
When I try to use it with RPi everything works perfect, but on RPi2 or RPi3 nothing works.
As I understand there is some errors with network or something like this.
 
I have a lot of
 
"Helloresp" messages and than this part of code executes
 
if (check == 500):
 
And than script ends with sock.close()
 
Thanks a lot for your help.
 

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I wrote this well before the

I wrote this well before the PI2 or 3, my guess would be there is incompatabilites with the I/O library.

 

I don't currently have a pi3 so I haven't tried it (if anyone wants to donate for me to get a pi3 I would happily re-write it.

 

It also has a bug with the TV studio, but I have had limited access to one so I havent been able to fix.

 

Kingsley

I have my own TV Show, Player Attack. I also film live music, its fun!!!

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fesua,  I send you a email,

fesua

 

I sent you a email, might want to check your spam :)

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Hi everyone, I have upgraded

Hi everyone, I have upgraded the Pi Tally software to V3

It is pretty much a whole rewrite,

Supports TVS, ATEM, and ATEM 4K

Upgraded OS to support Pi1-3

Now supports multiple programs and previews on at once (for layers and supersource)

Should be more reliable (I hope)

Cleaner Code.

 

Thanks to the testers and fesua for there support.

 

You can get it here

http://www.tbdproductions.com.au/software/

I have my own TV Show, Player Attack. I also film live music, its fun!!!

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Hi there. I'm trying to

Hi there. I'm trying to figure out how the Pi Tally works.
Can someone point me out on some basics? How is the main scheme?
I suppose a Pi per cam is needed, and a wireless router between the Pis and the ATM. Is that right?
Or is a Master Pi connected to the ATM, and linked to others through a router?
I already have the needed hardware (lots of pis and stuff here), but I'm missing the fundamentals.
I've booted up the provided image, ssh'ed and see I can configure the ip of that one, but still I don't get it.

Sorry, but I don't even know to what gpio pin solder the led. Can someone give a link to undestand it?
Thanks.

 

 

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Hi,    You only need one Pi,

Hi, 

 

You only need one Pi, that connects to the ATEM, you then run cables out to each of the cameras. I use cat5 cable for this, as I also use it for my talkback.

 

More info on GPIO can be found here

https://pinout.xyz/

https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/usage/gpio/

 

It also has an example of how to use them to power up an led.

 

I have my own TV Show, Player Attack. I also film live music, its fun!!!

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Oh Plunkey, many thanks! So,

Oh Plunkey, many thanks! So, is just one wired pi!
I know how to gpio works, and make more sense the described pins in your webpage.
You may be noticed I was thinking about several wireless PIs, my bad.
I will try it right now.
Thanks.

 

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Image won't boot

I have copied the contents of the image to the root of a freshly formatted microSD card that was previously being used for my RetroPie unit but upon booting it ends in a Kernel Panic: unable to mount root fs

This is a raspberry pi 3 model b v1.2

any ideas?

 

EDIT: USED APPLE PI Baker and that worked no problem