Category Archives: ScoreBoard Data
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PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE UPGRADED TO SCOREBRIDGE RELEASE 1.9.17+ CONTACT SUPPORT@GRAPHICSFITTERS.COM FOR THE UPDATE LINK.
This is guide for using ScoreBridge™ as a data source, binding Scorebridge™ data to fields in a vMIX™ graphic. Prerequisites: Basic understanding of vMIX™ data sources, vMix Tutorials- Data Sources (see video below). ScoreBridge™ Software version 1.9.9+ Download Link for latest version ScoreBridge™ Software version 1.9.9+ is required Download Link for latest version Launch your
ScoreIP™ is a device that broadcasts the raw serial data from a scoreboard controller over a local or public network. ScoreBridge™ (included) is required to parse the feed. Connect the power, Lan and USB serial in to the appropriate ports. When the unit powers up it will get assigned a DHCP IP address with
This is guide for using ScoreBridge™ as a data source, binding Scorebridge™ data to fields in an XPression scene. Prerequisites: Basic understanding of XPression Datalinq™, the XPression U (see video below). ScoreBridge™ Software version 1.9.9+ Download Link for latest version ScoreBridge™ Software version 1.9.9+ is required Download Link for latest version Launch your ScoreBridge
This is a complete guide for setting up ScoreBridge™ from scratch. Prerequisites: Latest Windows update ScoreBridge™ Software Download Link BEFORE YOU START. It is very important that you verify you are getting scoreboard data out of your controller first. If you have not confirmed this, please follow this guide CONNECTING EXTERNAL DEVICES . Install ScoreBridge™
1) Launch ScoreBridge™ and load a configuration. 2) Verify the input method is set to OSC over IP (see Fig 1) then select the Settings button. 3) In the Settings panel make sure the OSC tab is selected. The IP and Port should not change (see Fig 2) 4) Create your reference variable for the
To communicate with an external device, naturally it must be connected to a host system and powered up. As well, ScoreBridge™ must be configured to find the connection. Let’s begin by connecting the external device, and then continue to determine the identity Windows™ has assigned to that specific port: 1. Connect a suitable cable from
Scorebridge™ for DataPool™ now provides an application to parse Scoreboard Data Feeds and make the data available in Vizrt™ DataPool™. Interfacing available for Fairplay MP-50, MP-70, MP-72, OES, Whiteway, Daktronics RTD, RTD2, NBA, Daktronics TV Feed, Colorado Timing System 6 swimming.