Wondering if someone might be able to shed some light on this for me…
In a situation where I have to use NDI for a gig to get to another PC that runs the visual setup.
However part of the show runs in Processing - no probs getting it to send via NDI to VDMX (there are some compression artefacts which I guess I’ll have to live with and is more on the NDI end)
Anyway, when I run my Processing sketch it runs full screen, then NDI picks it up, and VDMX displays from there.
My question is more around, if VDMX is then displaying fullscreen over the top of the fullscreen P5 sketch, are both those windows consuming GPU power? Or is the GPU only really being hogged by whats displayed to the output?
I’m probably going to end up with two NDI feeds - one from Processing, and the other from VDMX for the part of the show that exists there.
But I thought if by routing the p5 sketch into VDMX I could kill two birds with one stone. Dont really want my system to take more of a hit than it needs too though. The compression is kind’ve a bummer too (only running at 720).
Any ideas on what might be an optimal setup in a situation like this?
Like it would be cool if the p5 sketch could run without displaying to the main screen, and just go straight to syphon…