I am the Senior AV Broadcast Technology Analyst at Loyalist College where I primarily design, install and maintain campus AV, Digital Signage and Broadcast systems and equipment. I have also do some teaching for Camera, VFX and Audio/Video editing as well; I love my job. My background includes Broadcast Television, Video Production and Technical work. My passions include traditional and digital drawing, fictional creative writing, VFX, and cinematic video projects. I have also recently rekindled my interest in robotics and have tinkered with Arduino and Raspberry Pi and a few programable robots.
I find I most comfortably find myself in the chaotic limbo between the artistically and technically creative, believing one can indeed excel at both. Which is probably why I am loving VUO! :)
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.
As cool as Oculus Rift (or Oculus Quest via Link) would be for VUO the biggest hurdle here is that there still aren't any Mac compatible drivers. HTC on the other hand does have Mac compatible drivers so it may be an option with via new Mac Pro or eGPU.
OK, I think I've figured it out, I had some custom nodes that were missing on the system I was trying to run it on (fresh install). Normally, I expect, this wouldn't be a problem however one of the custom nodes had another custom node nested inside of it. Vuo doesn't seem to like that. ;-)
So, once I installed the nested custom node on the system the composition actually opened and told me I was missing the other custom node. Once I installed that node the composition would run. Yay!