Vuo 2.0 includes many new features and a new visual design. This beta is available to everyone who has a current Vuo license, and those who have an expired Vuo license. Community members with current Pro licenses will be able to access the Vuo Pro 2.0 beta. With the upcoming release of Vuo 2.0, the new Vuo Community Edition will be free for personal use and small organizations, and be fully open source. Vuo 2.0 supports macOS 10.10 and up.read more
Design and build live interactive media with Vuo — a visual programming environment. Drag, drop, and connect Vuo's building blocks to make your own graphics, animations, sounds, apps, UI prototypes, and more. With Vuo, artists and creative people can create audio, visual, and mixed multimedia effects with ease.
Hello everyone! We are continuing to make progress on Vuo 2.0. We wanted to share the latest on when you'll be able to try it yourself. In addition, we want to share some news on new nodes and some node modifications that expand what you can do with Vuo 2.0. Do check out our new Pro feature,
Find Faces in Image. To remind you of how to best take advantage of Vuo 2.0's new pricing, we've included a pricing flowchart.
Our next release, Vuo 2.0, will be our biggest yet. If you're a video editor or visualist, Vuo Pro 2.0 has special new features for you: the ability to create plugins for Final Cut Pro X and for VJ apps like Resolume. For everyone, you'll be able to bring your ideas to life faster and easier than before, with more flexibility in creating GPU-accelerated graphics, easier-to-use subcompositions, and hundreds of other improvements.read more
We'd like to announce a seasonal discount (20% off) and share news about a new Spotlight on a dome exhibition in Mandurah, Australia, created by Paul Bourke in collaboration with other artists, our new VDMX tutorial, and a new Vuo gallery for community-built nodes.read more
Hello everyone. Do you have a view about how we can help the community grow by possibly changing Vuo's price? We’ve opened a poll about that. Currently, we're deep into Vuo 1.2.6, and we’ve spotlighted an installation by Xavier Boyaud that uses Vuo to create a display of light and shadows.read more