AEK wrote: ↑Mon Feb 22, 2021 10:30
Yes Avrol. I see the problem too. And also my deep conviction that the OSC protocol is needed in those cases when certain parameters need to be controlled from mobile devices (phone or tablet) from the hall, and not from the control room where the video server is located. In this case, I don't understand why you can't do without OSC by including two buttons (*2 and /2) in the layer settings. This functionality would significantly increase the comfort of the VJ and increase the reliability of the system.
Using a * wildcard (/composition/layers/3/clips/*/transport/position/behaviour/duration/multiply as an example)
is the same functionality as adding the buttons you are requesting for each layer.
IMO there will be very few people using this feature, and I feel it will probably cause more confusion and problems than providing helpful solutions to the rest of the Resolume userbase.
I'm sure a lot of thought goes into what features are "needed" and what features are "needed for a small demographic."
In the end scheme of things, adding a feature that causes more havok and time spent helping users troubleshoot issues they created by unknowingly clicking a button on accident isn't what people are after haha. Just my opinion though
For now, the wildcard OSC mapping should get you what you are after. Of course, once the bugs are fixed.