Load & Play Lottie animated files (JSON & .lottie)

Hi there ;)

Was wondering. Wouldn't it be cool if Vuo could load & play Lottie files ? (lottiefiles.com)

Seem to be quite a big way nowadays for light animations as opposed to the old GIF images.
Would allow to use some animations made with Adobe After Effects in Vuo and export into apps, screensavers, vids & plugins (new tools coming out to create them as well).

I guess it would be good to load and play both .json & .lottie file formats (dotlottie.io).

In what kind of renderer would / could we render them in to though ? Layers ? Or will we have to wait for SVG import to be added into Vuo since these are vector based ?

Also hope the license would be compatible with Vuo.

Thanks

Some links :
https://github.com/LottieFiles
https://github.com/airbnb/lottie
https://github.com/mnkd/LottiePlayer (a simple macOS Lottie player)

Some example : Liquid Blobby Loader (converted to a mp4 below to be able to embed here in the text since iFrames are not supported)

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Receive RTMP video stream node

for example, from IP cameras on a local network like security cameras. Maybe it wouldn't be too much work to create this node because there is already a send RTMP node....could be useful.

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Notes from Team Vuo

Vuo Pro: 

No — available with both Vuo CE and Vuo Pro

Complexity: 

●●○○ — A few weeks of work

Potential: 

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Multiple video tracks

It would "nice" to have support for videos (eg: mp4) that have multiple video tracks. While unusual, it seems to be becoming an option for some dual camera 360 video cameras, like the GoPro360.

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Notes from Team Vuo

Vuo Pro: 

Yes — requires a Vuo Pro license

Complexity: 

●●○○ — A few weeks of work

Potential: 

●○○ — Appeals to current community

Add 'Off' to Receive Live Video node (and Audio Node)

Hiya folks!

I'm working on some apps which sometimes need video to be on. The Receive Live Video patch does the job nicely. However — it keeps the camera on even if I'm not routing it's output somewhere, and there's no way for me to turn it off. This means a) there's significant system resources being used for something not required b) Could be considered a privacy issue when the camera is on for no reason…AKA kinda creepy to user.

Wondering if we might be able to add a Device called 'Off' to the device list in this node. Features:

  • Would not add any complexity to new user
  • Would not require any changes to existing .Vuo files

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Notes from Team Vuo

Vuo Pro: 

No — available with both Vuo CE and Vuo Pro

Complexity: 

●○○○ — Up to a few days of work

Potential: 

●○○ — Appeals to current community

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