Using split text & replace text nodes is the quite dirty way I guess, maybe possible creating an XML data type from the html and parse it using the tree nodes, but you're more skilled than me from some previous discussions of yours regarding that (I think there is a feature request also to parse HTML into a list).
Here is a starting composition that retrieves tweets from the #NationalDoctorsDay twitter URL and display them changing every x seconds. I used the "live" tweets URL (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23NationalDoctorsDay&src=trend_click&f=live) but for some reasons it's still the trending ones that seem to be loaded. Maybe creating a wrong list using wrong splitters (perhaps live tweets don't start with "data-aria-label-part="0" or I cut the live tweets HTML code part, or it's cached somewhere somehow, to be checked).
It converts html characters to text & turn hashtag codes into hashtags, but not sure if this works if several hashtags are used in a tweet, and doesn't remove general links or picture links.
Maybe using the same technique you can also retrieve the @ of who sent the tweet.
OK, here is the situation. I have a relative getting married this coming Saturday, however due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the recent Ontario legislation now banning any groups larger than 5, they will have 0 guests attending their ceremony.
Thank you Jaymie for your response, happy to hear you're looking into it.
Curious that you haven't been able to replicate the issues, but my ancient laptop also ran things better than a (somewhat) newer Mac Pro desktop. They're running entirely unequal monitors, of course, but my laptop also happens to have an Nvidia GPU and is running High Sierra. Any chance that's a common thread? Have you tried on newer machines with AMD GPUs and a new MacOS version?
Glad to hear you'll be overhauling the graphics system, looking forward to updates! :) Thanks.
SyphonCast is an app created in Vuo 2.0.2, it looks at the primary and secondary displays connected to your Mac and allows the user to choose which display they would like to screen mirror over to Syphon. SyphonCast appropriately scales the resulting image to the broadcast resolution chosen. By default the settings are Primary Display at 1080p resolution.
I created this app to use with NDISyphon to allow me to broadcast my displays over the network to another computer.
mimoLive from Bonix (QC based layers) have implemented NDI for cameras and outputs and it's now there preferred location-based streaming technology for cameras as the setup is so simple and operation using remote controllers means one person operation of a multi-camera shoot is pretty manageable.
This will be a huge addition to Vuo!!
One issue with live video on Macs always seems to be those mac CPUs overheating and dropping cycles. Being able to chain macs together just via Ethernet to spread the computational load is a big opportunity with NDI too. As is camera and source sharing across a network. So pleased to see this added.