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@jstrecker commented on @2bitpunk's Feature Request, “Published Ports - Input reordering

Chosen to be implemented.

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@Kewl commented on @Kewl's Discussion, “Calculate Node: clamp to one bound?

Exactly. Since there's clamp(x,min,max), I would have expected min(x,min) and max(x,max).

Thanks for the follow up.

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@jstrecker commented on @Kewl's Discussion, “Calculate Node: clamp to one bound?

@Kewl, thanks for pointing that out. I'd like to clarify the documentation. It sounds like you understood that you could use clamp (whose documentation explains x, min, max) but not min and max?

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@Chris, thanks for reporting this problem, and sorry it's preventing you from getting something done. We have a fix to be included in Vuo 1.2.6.

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@jstrecker commented on @Pianomatic's Feature Request, “More type conversions

Here is my list of "missing" available conversions in Vuo

Sure, most of those sound like they would be useful.

Text to Layer/Image (automatically generated text layer)

This one seems limited to me, since it would always output a text layer with the same center, font, and color. How do you envision using it?

Layer/Image to Scene Object (similar to a QC sprite)

Currently available in the Parabox nodes.

And there are some list conversions that are unavailable where the non-list version is available

We'd like to remedy that with Iteration: Turn most nodes into iterators by allowing single-value ports to accept lists.

Also, it seems to me that if one can convert something to text (in the way that a 2D Point converts to text, not how an image does), one ought to be able to convert it back after.

Trying to keep things organized, I've split that into a separate feature request: Nodes to convert from Text to most other types.

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Nodes to convert from Text to most other types

[From More type conversions...]

It seems to me that if one can convert something to text (in the way that a 2D Point converts to text, not how an image does), one ought to be able to convert it back after.

Component: 

Notes from Team Vuo

Vuo Pro: 

No — available with both Vuo and Vuo Pro licenses

Complexity: 

●○○○ — Up to a few days of work

Potential: 

●○○ — Appeals to current community

The existing anything-to-Text type converter, Summarize Value, outputs data in a format that is human-readable (in fact, the same as the description in port popovers) but not necessarily straightforward to convert from Text back to the original type.

For this feature request, we could provide a Convert Value to Text node that outputs the value in JSON format and a Convert Text to Value node that inputs a value of the same format or certain other type-specific formats.

For example, an Integer or Real would be just the number (99). A Color could have one of several formats including {"r":0.5, "g":1, "b":0, "a":1} and 0.5, 1, 0, 1 and #7fff00.

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Receive Live Video node- Start/Stop not working properly

Status: 

Vuo version: 

Fixed in Vuo version: 

OS version: 

  • macOS 10.12

How severely does this bug affect you?: 

●●●○ — It prevents me from completing a specific task with Vuo.

Steps causing the bug to occur: 

  1. Connect Receive Live Video node to Render Image to Window node
  2. Connect Fire on Start node to Start port on Receive Live Video node.
  3. Run Composition and on the Receive Live Video mode Right Click on Stop port and Fire Event.
  4. Now try and start the video again with the Start port... it won't start. Or am I doing something wrong?

Have you found a workaround?: 

No

Other notes: 

I'm trying to disable this node for 2 video seperate input devices when the composition doesn't require them but I can't and once it's stopped it won't start again unless I close and restart the composition.

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@jstrecker commented on @Jérôme Lanon's Discussion, “Make CMYK Color

There are different ways to convert between RGB and CMYK.

In Photoshop, the method depends on the color profile you've chosen for the document.

In Vuo, the method is always a linear formula ((1-C)*(1-K)). This is the same one used by http://rgb.to/hex/44ff30, for example.

A different site, http://www.codecrete.net/CMYK, which uses the ISO Coated v2 300% Color Profile, gives a result closer to what you're seeing in Photoshop.

If you're interested in Vuo supporting more than one color profile, you're welcome to create a feature request.

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