D.Net represents the internal connection between all Dovecher.tv applications.
a. If you use D.Play together with D.Live, you must set the IP address of D.Play so that D.Play can send commands to D.Live to start “live” events, or that D.Live can sends commands to D.Play when the “live” event ends so that it can continue broadcasting the list.
b. The input field is the name of the command that D.Live expects from D.Play
c. The input field is the name of the command that D.Play expects from D.Live
2. Time synchronization
Options for synchronizing the time on your computer with the time of world servers.
a. List of world servers
Dropdown list with predefined world server times.
b. Currently in use
The world server currently used for time synchronization.
c. Synchronization period
Slider for setting the synchronization period in minutes. The period can be set to a value between 1 and 10 minutes.
3. Proxy Storage
Proxy storage is an option that may or may not be used. This option allows D.Live to work in local mode with assets located on one of the external storages. If this option is enabled, D.Live will use the local SSD drive to host the assets from the rundown list and will stream them directly from the local drive. The speed of transferring assets from external storage is limited and does not affect the use of computer resources of the computer broadcasting the program. If D.Live has not had time to transfer the next asset to the local SSD, that asset will be broadcast directly from its original location on external storage.
a. Button to turn on/off the Proxy Storage option
Clicking this button will open the Proxy Storage setup window.
I. Button for selecting the SSD disk location
Clicking this button will open a window for selecting a location.
II. Button to format the selected drive (optional)
By clicking this button, all data stored on the selected SSD will be deleted.
III. Button to cancel the Proxy Storage option
IV. Button to save changes after you have set all Proxy Storage options
b. Notification of transferred files
If you want Growl to receive information when a file is transferred from the network to the local disk, you need to enable this option. If the option is not turned on, there will be no information about transferred assets.
This only applies to information about transferring files to PROXY, all other information will behave as set in the notification area (4).
D.Live can use two types of notifications.
a. Button to use Growl notifications
The “T” button is used to test growl notifications.
b. Button to use Overlay Notifications
NOTE: If neither of these two buttons is checked, then there will be no notification.
5. Window selection
If you have more than one monitor on your computer, you can choose which screen D.Live will appear on from the drop-down menu.
6. Tally port
Drop down list for selecting the computer port to which Tally is connected.