<div class="EmbeddedContent"><strong>mimoLive 2.6.1: HTTP API</strong> <p><p>The story behind the <a href="https://boinx.com/connect/mimolive/news/mimolive-2-6-remote-control-surfaces">new mimoLive Remote Control Surfaces</a> is bigger than it appears. The Remote Control Surface are actually based on a general purpose HTTP API. This API allows for controlling mimoLive with HTTP requests sent to the built-in web server. This opens up mimoLive to all kinds of interesting automation. For example, you could have mimoLive switch to a certain camera when a motion sensor goes off. <a href="https://boinx.com/contact">Contact us</a> if you want access to the HTTP API.</p> <p><a href="https://boinx.com/connect/mimolive/versionhistory/2.6.1" class="button">Learn more...</a></p></p> <p><a href="https://boinx.com/connect/mimolive/news/mimolive-2-6-1-http-api">Read the full story here</a></p> <div class="ClearFix"></div> </div>
muy bien, consulta por que no haces de este programa una listas de reproducción aleatorias, así poder dejar automatizado el sistema y con horarios para emitir publicidades? Saludos
@“interradio frutillar” I had to use Google translate for your message, so please forgive me if I got some of it wrong.
If I understand correctly, you’re asking if it would be possible to automate playout using the API. The answer to that is “yes”. However, you can not expect frame accuracy as the API has no guaranteed response time.
You might also want to look at the recently added Media Playlist feature as this would allow you to play out “commercial breaks” or sponsor loops.
Here is the documentation for the HTTP API: http://manual2.mimo.live/v2.0/docs/http-api