Maybe you can help me with a problem I'm stuck with over the last days.
I have a WIFI DMX Controller, which works with Art-Net and OSC protocols.
It worked great with Art-Net Controller App for Android, Light Rider and I also managed to build some smaller interfaces with Touch Designer.
There is a short documentation from the manufacturer of the interface for Touch Designer which tells me to use this OSC messages for different elements:
"/pushXXX" + „,f“ + (Val 0/255)
"/faderXXX" + „,f"
"/multifader/XXX" + ",ff" (2x4 Bytes= 2xfloat)
"/rotaryXXX" + „,f"
"/toggleXXX" + „,f"
Those worked in Touchdesigner - now I need to build an interface, that requires some more functions than the apps I used to use - luckily I found Lemur...great design and loads of functions.
The problem I have is that I don't know how to send correct OSC format from Lemur to communicate with the interface.
For normal it is Slider/Fader/Toggle, etc. + XXX for DMX channel you want to talk to.
As there is no really help from the manufacturers side (they never heard of Lemur) - maybe one of you guys has some experience in using Lemur for controlling DMX fixtures via OSC messaging? (IMPORTANT - without PC, using direct WIFI of Tablet and controller - otherwise I could just use the "learn" function of any DMX Software)
All I know is they need a float value input which is then converted to an integer value within the controller.
Thanks in advance,
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