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|0000085||Wirecast||New Feature Request||public||2020-06-29 08:53||2020-06-29 08:54|
|Summary||0000085: Missing item - Configurable display (Part 2)|
This item was previously resolved by Telestream with a global configuration option. While that is better than nothing, the initial request and subsequent comments suggest that per shot configuration is also a desirable outcome. Existing notes cloned into this new issue.
During a broadcast, there is nothing more annoying than a big red question mark sitting where a rendezvous guest was previously located, or in place of NDI sources. What would be good is to configure the action that should happen when a source is missing. I suggest three options configurable per shot:
Why make it configurable per shot?
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see also my post about same issue here:
Mark Hildebrandt said:
just tested the auto live. Even if it goes live automatic when getting the connection back to the rendezvous cam (which it actually doesn't...) then how can anyone professionals live with a questionmark in a livestrem if connection is lost? That's really to make us like stupid animal, if Telestream thinks that's good enough for us. After all, the application cost 1000$ right?.... This HAS to get fixed in some way. First with removeing that big red questionmark. What about making a function which allow us to decide what's coming up, if you can't fix that the signal goes live when it comes back, which I actually don't understand why you can't fix. It's just making a special rule for the rendezvous source that this has to be live always, when set in program/live.
Interesting, I have a similar bug in place. Here's the video I made of a VERY repeatable way of showcasing it too.
Interestingly, reconnected sources do correct themselves in the preview pane but NOT in the live view.
Can I bump this up. During a live broadcast Titler Live just died and as I always have that layer open live it did this https://youtu.be/XSiMTGwXenQ?t=5900
This feature should be obvious. Almost a deal-breaker. If I saw other software with the features I like in wirecast, but it didn't have a big red question mark, I would consider switching to that software.
I was told to make a strong case for this feature, so here it is:
|2020-06-29 08:53||gregk||New Issue|
|2020-06-29 08:53||gregk||Issue generated from: 0000032|
|2020-06-29 08:53||gregk||Note Added: 0000158|
|2020-06-29 08:53||gregk||Note Added: 0000159|
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