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@Bodysoulspirit commented on @marioepsley's Discussion, “JSON data streams

Yeah, and again, maybe "Copy Layer" will be faster than Process List too.
And you also have your layers size set to 8. 100 layers with an 8 width & height could be pretty heavy anyway I guess.

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@marioepsley commented on @marioepsley's Discussion, “JSON data streams

Thanks @Bodysoulspirit

Looks like I almost got there, omitting the get tree content node feels like its made it a little faster. I wonder if I could get better results if the coordinates were listed in a different way so we don't have to have so many processed list nodes. Will report back. Thanks again for the quick response! Safeness&Greatness M

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@Bodysoulspirit commented on @marioepsley's Discussion, “JSON data streams

Haha our posts crossed.

Maybe if you use "copy layer" instead of a second "process lists" node to parse the XY values it would be faster ?
Maybe Iteration: Turn most nodes into iterators by allowing single-value ports to accept lists will also be faster for this.
But still, maybe the team has a better option ;)

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@marioepsley commented on @marioepsley's Discussion, “JSON data streams

Think I may have it, but it's a bit slower than expected, am I going about this in the right way?

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@Bodysoulspirit commented on @marioepsley's Discussion, “JSON data streams

I'm not a tree pro anyhow so maybe there are way better solutions, or maybe we could need some more nodes, some more conversion nodes or nodes to handle lists of trees, but if 15 fps allows it you could for example use :

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JSON data streams

I must be being silly because I can't work this one out.

I have a Json data stream containing updated x and y coordinates for a 100 objects. Looks something like this,

{"height":900,"points":[{"Id":0,"Size":11,"X":135,"Y":225},{"Id":1,"Size":14,"X":115,"Y":202},{"Id":2,"Size":11,"X":81,"Y":34},{"Id":3,"Size":9,"X":143,"Y":175}......

I want to merge a list of all the xy coordinates (they're updating 15fps)

Using the [find subtrees with name] I can see the content but how do I get at it, how do I merge the lists?

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Hello again, So I was being a bit dim with my previous comps, still learning the basics everytime I use Vuo. I couldn't find the addition blend mode previously, and now found out how to do the false colour correctly.

Please find my third and hopefully final version attached (fingers crossed), with added controls for blur rotations and colour pickers. Also did the image scaling myself this time, guess that's the same method you used Jaymie (@jstrecker) :)

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how to get strobe playback effect on video playback in Vuo

Let's say I have a movie file in a Vuo comp that has a frame rate of 30 frames per second but I want it to only update 15 times per second (not displaying every other frame while holding the alternate frames 2x as long so the overall playback duration remains the same) - or maybe only update 10 times per second, etc. - what's the best way to do this in Vuo ? Thanks for any suggestions.

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