About a year ago, I released some camera tally lights software because we desperately needed it at my church. Since that time, a ton of new features have been added, both by me and by the community.
It’s now in use in hundreds of places, from churches to event venues to sports stadiums.
Version 2.0 was silently released a few weeks ago, which includes a compiled application that can run natively on Windows, MacOS, and Linux, without the need to install Node.js and other dependencies like the command line. And, of course, it still runs on a Raspberry Pi.
Lots of people in the community have shared how they are using it, made their own tutorials, and added to the existing documentation.
It’s truly becoming a community project, and I love that. We now have an official Facebook user group to help facilitate conversation amongst users, and I’m excited for the new features on the roadmap in the coming days.
A few features to note since version 1.5:
- An entirely new User Interface and native applications for the Big 3 OS models
- Easily installed for command line via new NPM image or Docker image
- 1-second updates function for TSL Clients (provides compatibility with certain tally products like Cuebi)
- Recording/Streaming statuses for OBS and VMix now available for tally states
- Generic TCP Device Action improvements
- TSL 5.0 source support
- New Ross Carbonite source type to monitor any bus regardless of the “on air” settings
- Web tally page can now be loaded directly by Device Id, and chat can be disabled
- Pimoroni Blinkt! Listener Client
- TTGO_T Display Listener Client
- Improved Outgoing Webhooks – support for https and content-type selections
- Roland Smart Tally emulation for use with STAC
- Panasonic AV-HS10 support
- Support for ATEM super sources in tally states
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
And to everyone in the community who has helped to make TA what it is, thank you! Your contributions are helping everyone.