Scrolling Text with Motion Blur

Made in response to a text scrolling discussion.

If you are using it in VDMX, we think it's about as smooth as the QC "Scrolling Text" composition, but neither are very smooth in the preview window. If you select Window > Full-Screen Toggle, the Vuo composition is pretty smooth. To make it look smoother, the composition has some motion blur added, and it accumulates the position via Count instead of using the Time input, so that if macOS causes it to drop a frame, the text won't jump horizontally.

Composition and supporting files: 

Avin - Color Arcs [Shadertoy2Screensaver] + EQ version

Found another Shadertoy that could be cool as a screensaver and runs at 60fps on my iMac.

Quickly made an audio reactive version with it too that can be used as an EQ (play with the sensibility port for speed).
Shadertoy : Avin - Color Arcs Shadertoy
Under default Shadertoy license : Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

Composition and supporting files: 

80's Loop

Back to the 80's :)
You can create some loops with this for your backgrounds.
Normal & audio reactive (travel speed) & Image generator versions included for use in Coge & VDMX (may need some tweaks for audio I did not check it out).
Also posterized colors & offset colors versions included.

Requirements : Steve's reinterpret 3D Object node (download here) because the stock wireframe shader ignores lightning.

Composition and supporting files: 

Creating FFGL plugins in Vuo

Creating FFGL plugins in Vuo

Turning a composition into an FFGL (FreeFrame 1.6+) plugin for VJ apps such as Resolume, Magic Music Visuals, VDMX, and Isadora 3

Transcript: 

Hi, this is Jaymie from the Vuo team. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create an FFGL plugin from a Vuo composition and use it in Resolume Avenue.

FFGL plugins you create in Vuo will run in 64-bit macOS apps that support FFGL, also known as FreeFrame 1.5 — including the ones listed here.

There are two kinds of FFGL plugins you can create in Vuo. Sources generate content for a clip. Effects change how a clip looks.

First we'll go through how to create an effect. Go to File > New Composition from Template > Image Filter.

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