TalOrg is the home of a freelance developer, working on various software and hardware projects.
We do also computer preservation work by collecting both old and new computers, consoles and any related hardware and software. Our current collection consists of over 300 computers and various expansion cards, modules, cables, floppies, etc.
A video production helper for use with mainly ATEM Mini switchers for keying information to the video feed and/or the talent. The information can be used for upstream keying as a chroma keying background or downstream keying as an overlay.
Network is not required in any way, no cloud or anything like that. Runs fully on your own system.
Open and built on Qt and QtQuick
The application is fully open source, GPLv3, built on Qt and QtQuick (5.15) so runs on pretty much anything, Linux (Desktop, Raspberry Pi, etc), Windows and macOS.
Guide on how to build Qt 6.5 components for use on a Raspberry Pi running Raspberry Pi OS. The configuration and build differs from how Qt 5 was built as the build system is now using cmake and ninja, instead of the qmake and make combo.
How to build up-to-date Qt 5.15 LTS release with proper hardware acceleration support for Raspberry Pi on 32-bit and 64-bit Raspberry Pi OS (aka Raspbian) Debian Buster.