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Jaymie commented on jon121's Discussion, “FFGL and Resolume Arena

FFGL plugins exported from Vuo work in Resolume Arena and Avenue versions 6 and 7.

Resolume 5 only supports 32-bit FFGL plugins, and thus can't use the 64-bit FFGL plugins exported from Vuo.

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jon121 posted a new Discussion, “FFGL and Resolume Arena

FFGL and Resolume Arena

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Hi I created a composition in 2.0.0 and exported this as a Image Filter and saved in the default folder. When opened Resolume Arena 5.0.0 I could only see the FFGL Effect when I tried this in the latest version 7.04 using MacOS 10.12.6. Do you know from which version of Resolume this feature is compatible please?

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Wow. This comp look like a ghillie suit. I enjoy the sound mix quality as well. Well done and thanks for sharing.

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Jean Marie posted a new Tutorial, “Quick Start

Quick Start

Quick start: The basics of Vuo

A quick introduction to Vuo so you can start making your own compositions

Transcript: 

Welcome to the Vuo community. This is Jamie from the Vuo team. This tutorial will cover the basics of Vuo so you can start making your own compositions. If you haven't already, download and install Vuo. I'm going to show you how to make an animated pattern that looks like this.

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mstjean commented on Bodysoulspirit's Composition, “80's Loop

AH I have figured it out (was downloading and using the wrong folder/files)

But it looks like the nodes won't work with 2.0, which would be required to export FFGL for Resolume :D

Cheers!

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mstjean commented on Bodysoulspirit's Composition, “80's Loop

Hey! Any thoughts on this error?

Error compiling subcomposition /Users/michaelst-jean/Library/Application Support/Vuo/Modules/smokris.make.glitch.image.vuo: Subcomposition contains itself — smokris.make.glitch.image contains an instance of itself, or contains another subcomposition that contains an instance of smokris.make.glitch.image.

I downloaded and unzipped the .vuo files into the Modules folder, then started getting this message for all the smokris* nodes in the project.

I am hoping to explore using this design and add audio-generated trees D: Would love to explore that!

M

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add a secondary shortcut to hide the node library

We'll do that. Thanks for the suggestion, Bodysoulspirit.

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Jaymie commented on prackvj's Bug Report, “Pop up Windows strange behavior

Confirmed — with certain arrangements of displays, input editors appear on the wrong display. prackvj, thanks for reporting this bug.

Workaround: In System Preferences > Displays > Arrangement, drag the menu bar (the white line at the top of the blue screen) to the leftmost display.

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Jaymie commented on prackvj's Bug Report, “The Quit command behaves like Close

prackvj — If you can provide a more detailed list of steps to help us replicate the problem, please let me know. We tested this…

  • Create 2 new compositions
  • Modify each composition (e.g., move the Fire on Start node)
  • Command-Q

… and didn't see the problem. (Vuo correctly asked to save changes on the first composition, then on the second composition, then quit.)

Our team will keep an eye out for any cases where Command-Q doesn't successfully quit. But if you do figure out how to make it happen on purpose, please post here. We need to know that in order to track down the problem.

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