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DMX (Network Artnet Sender)

Help Sends a DMX universe to a remote device
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about DMX (Network Artnet Sender)

The node is closely modeled after the Art-Net specification]. Artnet uses UDP broadcasts and uses data fields in the packets to distinguish between the Universes and Subs.

In versions >beta19 the target adress for the Artnet udp broadcast is changeable with a pin. The pin defaults to 255.255.255.255, so for all usual purposes the node works as before, and the address need not be changed.

Changing the destination address should make possible to specify subnet specific broadcast addresses for all you trying to use multiple network adapters to control more than 78 DMX Universes which would saturate a 100MBit Lan. It might also help dealing with configurable switches.

Consider this an experimental feature and post any feedback in this forum.

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~2d ago

utah: not able to find the "Renderer "

~4d ago

NoseBleedIndustries: Please, integration with this low cost mechanical display, so beautiful! https://www.vestaboard.com/

~4d ago

NoseBleedIndustries: Please, integration with this low cost mechanical display, so beautiful! https://www.vestaboard.com/

~8d ago

joreg: @mediadog they are here: workshop-videotracking-node10

~9d ago

mediadog: Hmmm slides for node10 video tracking cannot be found: workshop-videotracking-slides

~10d ago

joreg: @mediadog thanks for the pointer, links are updated

~11d ago

mediadog: Where are the 50beta42 offline instalers? The offline installers are still linked to 41, not 42.