IvySync provides synced playback of multiple videos on multiple screens. In the video art field, there are many artworks which require synchronized and parallel playback of audio/video materials. This software provides such functionality for IvyTV supported hardware decoders, with sync precision to the frame, a user friendly configuration interface, network sync of multiple machines, time scheduling of different playlists, and the ability to be controlled remotely via XMLRPC.
|Tags||multimedia Video Display|
Release Notes: This release adds network sync-start functionality with a UDP-Lite daemon, removing the limit on how many video channels can be kept in sync by scaling on multiple IvySync players on the same local network. The build system has been refactored to produce various binaries with limited dependencies to facilitate deployment in embedded systems.
Release Notes: The remote control API (XMLRPC) has been extended, tested, and documented. An example client implementation in Python is included. The dependency on STL was removed, and various cleanups and fixes were made to improve stability.
Release Notes: An XML-RPC interface and daemon functionality have been implemented to remotely operate the multiple video playback sending commands over the network. Time-based scheduling of videos is now supported to automatically cycle different playlists at certain dates and times.
Release Notes: The codebase has been rewritten in C++ and fine tuned for efficiency and future extensibility. A new GTK2 interface is available to edit playlists. Extensive testing has been done on a 4 video installation.
Release Notes: This version has been well tested using up to 3 PVR350 cards on the same machine. The quality of results has been reviewed by video experts at Montevideo.nl. It has been employed in a video installation by Linda Wallace.