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SR Comp Mixtape

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A service which plays tracks throughout a competition.

Usage

Install the library using:

pip install -U pip setuptools wheel
pip install git+https://github.com/srobo/srcomp-mixtape

Development

Install: pip install -e .

Run checks: ./script/check

Configuration

A configuration of tracks and triggers to play during a competition is called a mixtape. A mixtape is a directory containing:

  • A configuration file, playlist.yaml, which defines trigger points,
  • Tracks to play, in 16-bit, 44.1kHz uncompressed WAV format.

Using uncompressed audio is unfortunately necessary due to the nondeterministic time it takes to decode compressed audio, which can throw off timings.

playlist.yaml contains the following top-level keys:

  • magicq defines the MagicQ connection settings, for automatic triggering of lights.
  • tracks defines the triggers and tracks to be played in a specific match, as a giant dictionary of the match number to track configuration.
  • all defines the triggers and tracks to be played in every match, in the same format as a single match in tracks.
  • obs_studio defines the connection settings to an instance of OBS Studio which has the obs-websocket plugin installed. This requires the following nested keys:
    • port: the websocket port for the (probably 4444)
    • password: the password for the websocket
    • source_name: the name of the "Source" within OBS Studio that will play the videos. The source being controlled the option "Close file when inactive" needs to be set to allow the source to be changed when not active.
    • scene_name: the name of the "Scene" within OBS Studio that contains the above Source. The scene being transitioned to needs "Transition Override > Fade" selected so there is a fade.
    • preload_time: the period, in seconds, before a video is played that it should be loaded and transitioned to.

Track configuration

The configuration for a track is a list of triggers, each of which is a dictionary containing the following keys:

  • start is the time of the trigger, in seconds, relative to the game start time. Note: This value can be negative to represent actions before the start of the match. The limit is the pre-match time defined in the compstate schedule.

And either:

  • filename is the path to a WAV file to play, relative to the mixtape directory.
  • output_device is the Audio device to send the output to.
  • group (optional) is the exclusivity group to assign this trigger to; only one sound from a given exclusivity group can be playing at a time.

Or:

  • magicq_cue is the MagicQ cue ID to send.
  • magicq_playback is the MagicQ playlist ID to send.

Or:

  • obs_video is the path to a video file which should be played by OBS Studio. The track start corresponds to the point where the video begins playing. The video will be loaded and transitioned to preload_time seconds before this. obs_video also supports using the placeholder {match_num} in the filename given, this is substituted for the match number each time the action is used.

Or:

  • obs_scene is the scene name to transistion to.
    The scene being transitioned to needs "Transition Override > Fade" selected so there is a fade.

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