Open sound control or OSC is a protocol for sending data packages across a network. Data can be transmitted in various forms such as integer or float.
OSC can be used directly as a map in or map output on a limited number of objects. However, works best as a node-based system within the board.
|Local Port||This is the port that will receive OSC data from other devices.|
|Local||When on, the local IP host will be used to send the OSC data packages across. When off, the IP address can be input manually.|
|Remote Host||This is where the IP address of the host can be input.|
|Remote Port||This is the port that the data package will be sent to.|
|Path||This is the path that the OSC message will be sent along.|
|->||This is the confirmation of the OSC path.|
|Position||When on the position of the object will be output.|
|Rotation||When on the rotation of the object will be output.|
Advanced sharing options
|Trigger Send||Pressing this button will send an OSC trigger.|
|Use on change||When on the OSC trigger will be output when the values change.|
|Use on interval||When on the OSC trigger will be output in a time interval.|
|Timer Interval (ms)||The time interval can be altered in milliseconds.|
Compatible output objects
OSC can be received and send out of SP using the OSC protocol as a node within the board.
The receiver and sender setup is very similar.
|Module Info||This is the information displayed about the OSC module.|
|Address||This is the address that the OSC message will be sent to.|
|Value||This is the value that will be sent in the OSC package.|
|Editable||When on, the node is editable.|
|Locked||When on, the node is locked into its position on the board.|