AddRoutes v0.32 (update highly recommended)


Hello all,

I found a few nasty bugs that were probably preventing many of you to simply use Addroutes. Some were there for a long time but not showing in my tests as they would only bite on new blank projects. Another important (and stupid) bug concerned the recently improved debug feature implemented in the v0.31. All were fatal to the "engines" (specially MIDI and Blemote), since a single error usually produces a brutal stop of their processing. It was not possible after that to send/receive anything without restarting Blender. 

Unfortunately during the previous months I was somehow less available for this project, and I feel a bit ashamed for not having been more responsive lately. 

On a more positive side, there is a little new feature added to this version, to name the routes (see in the Tools section, "Show name setting"). This helps to keep the control when they start to be numerous, and the names will be displayed as well in the next version of Blemote I am working on.

On this subject, I spent a lot of time to be able to compile an IOS version of Blemote. However Apple asks 100 USD just for being able to put it on the App Store. So we will see. 

Please grab the new AddRoutes version using this link.

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jaewon Ryu 3 years, 4 months ago

thank you!

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Jimmy Gunawan 3 years, 3 months ago

I kept getting error regarding rtmidi, when installing into 2.93 alpha. It used to work not long ago. I wonder how to make this to work....

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Brandon Plasters 3 years, 3 months ago

I'm getting the same issue using 2.92.

I tried installing the rtmidi and the two other required libraries as described on the internet but no option seems to work.

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wangcai 3 years, 3 months ago


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Joey 3 years, 1 month ago

I've had issues installing to 3.0 but 2.92 has worked so far.

Currently I'm trying to use a slider from touchOSC to increase a lights intensity, but it's only sliding between 0-1 watt (the slider works in mW, so it's reading the fading, but I can't amplify it). Using a midi controller I can use the wrap settings to change the blender input, but what is the equivalent for OSC?

Is this the Actualization setting and needs the expression changing? If so, are there any guides to do this?

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Jetset 3 years, 1 month ago

Unfortunately does not work in 2.9.3

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Fran 3 years ago

I also couldn't install it in blender 2.93+ (I suppose due to the update to Python 3.9). Are there any plans to update the addon or a way of using it in these versions? Because I tried installing the python modules manually (both by putting the folders inside the addon and by doing it from Blender's terminal), but no luck.

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bazza 3 years ago

Programming I was faced with the limitations of not being able to solve the following problems

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magic science 3 years ago

I am also unable to activate the plugin now on 2.93 or 3.0 alpha, but am given this error:

ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'rtmidi._rtmidi'

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