Presentations in dual 16:9 / 3:1 format
  • MrDanlas
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    Presentations in dual 16:9 / 3:1 format

    by MrDanlas » Sat Sep 26, 2015 11:33 am

    Hi all!

    I'm relatively new to MadMapper, as we only used it in the past for basic warping on un-even surfaces and for playback of still images/logos and basic video material.

    However - our needs have changed... For our corporate events and product presentations we need to use either two 16:9 formats side-by-side (32:9) or a 3:1 format screen with 2 projectors. The need is to make a custom background with a PowerPoint and a camera input as a PIP to be placed on the background. We would normally use a switch to mix the input from the cameras and another switch to mix the graphics and PowerPoints and output them in 1080i/p SDI.

    - What I need is a way to input them to MadMapper (Blackmagic UltraStudio was concidered) - suggestions is appreciated!
    - Furthermore I would like the camera PIP and PowerPoint/media PIP to disappear when they are blanked - is there a way to key it out in MadMapper?

    I only need the MadMapper to do the projector set-up with edge-blending and PIP on a background graphic - no switching needed unless it's possible to do with a hardware controller and a multi-view screen connected.

    Best regards from Denmark :-)

    /Jens
  • franz
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    Re: Presentations in dual 16:9 / 3:1 format

    by franz » Sat Sep 26, 2015 1:56 pm

    BlackMAgic works well with MadMapper 2.xx
    No keying yet, but it is planned for a future version
  • ramonamiller
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    Re: Presentations in dual 16:9 / 3:1 format

    by ramonamiller » Tue Aug 01, 2017 10:29 am

    As for Picture-in-picture effect hasn't been developed well cause I had problems with embedding pictures into domyessay.today a while ago.

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