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
Tally Arbiter Version 1.4, with multiple ME support for ATEM, a new Bootstrap framework, and more!
It took long enough, but version 1.4 of my Tally Arbiter software is released! Here are some of the highlights: First of all, the entire
Getting Started with Tally Arbiter and OBS Studio
I was asked recently over on the TechMinistry YouTube Channel to post a tutorial on how to get started using Tally Arbiter with OBS Studio.
Tally Arbiter 1.3 – Support for sending tally data to the cloud, feedback/control on a stream deck, and tally output on an M5StickC arduino
If you haven’t read about my Tally Arbiter project, you can read about it here and here. Today I’m excited to release version 1.3 which
Tally Arbiter 1.2 – support for newtek tricaster, GPO Output, and tsl 3.1 protocol conversion
A few weeks ago, I released some free tally light software to the community. I’ve had people checking it out and I am excited to
Using node.js, python, multiple raspberry pi’s and usb lights to create an inexpensive wireless camera tally system that can arbitrate multiple sources simultaneously
Update: Version 1.2 is available now; read about it here: At my church, we have two auditoriums, each with their own video switcher and cameras.
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