[openlp-dev] Grabbing projection screen image

Tim and Alison Bentley Home at trarbentley.net
Sat Dec 8 11:33:07 EST 2018

Why not use the web interface which already does this.

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On Sat, 8 Dec 2018 at 16:18, nick farrow <nickthefarrow at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> We used to use easyworship on a win32 machine, and it was quite easy to
> find the second screen and grab the rgb data for image rending to the
> congregation who had tablets/phones (image on a local web server
> rendered to the device browser).
> Having just moved to openlp I was after some advice as to the best way
> to approach this for a linux/openlp machine?
> I was either thinking of capturing the 'live panel' image or trying the
> extended screen buffer capture. I know a little python (but years of
> experience with c#/c++) so would also welcome some guidance as to the
> rough area of the code base to pick up changes in the projected image as
> well as the image data itself.
> Thanks for reading and even more thanks if you can help!!
> nick
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Tim and Alison Bentley
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