Gameshow 3.7 Beta - Some bug Fixes, and more behind the scenes work for upcoming features.

This release is again mostly bug fixes. There is a TON of behind the scenes work going on for upcoming features. Those features may start showing up soon, and are sure to impress. In the meantime, this release has NDI support! Try it out and let us know how it works!

Changes:

  • Fixed a crash that would occur when skipping authentication
  • Fixed a crash when exporting a template with two or more widget SDK sources
  • Changed YouTube “Control Room” and “Dashboard” links to point to the default “Stream Now” stream 
  • Fixed an issue where double-clicking the splitter bar between Preview and Live was not resizing the canvases to the proper size
  • Fixed several minor layout issues in some of the game templates

Windows - http://www.gameshow.net/downloads/3-7/Gameshow_3_7_29988.exe

macOS - http://www.gameshow.net/downloads/3-7/Gameshow_3_7_29988.dmg

 

Release Notes - http://www.gameshow.net/documents/release-notes/GameshowReleaseNotes-3.7.pdf

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  • Bryce Stejskal I'm not sure I get it........the NDI thing..........

    What can you use a window source without it showing the Gameshow stream setup on Mac or something?

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  • NDI isn't particularly useful on the same machine you are streaming from. It is more a replacement for running SDI or HDMI cables.

    A good use for it would be, you want to grab the desktop or window off of another machine on your network.

    Or you wanted to do a dual machine streaming setup, but didn't want to buy a capture card to capture the gaming system. You could use NDI instead to send it over your network, saving you money!

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  • So how would I set it up? Could I capture a game console like this? Or just a computer window?

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  • Donovan Lewis 

    NDI is a video routing protocol that runs on Bonjour discovery service. It's proprietary video over IP. Consoles would need some other hardware.

    NDI would be the thing for sending video around your network once it's already captured by one or several computers around your house.

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