mxgx_Jelly3

mxgx_Jelly3

Image Generator Scene. For use in Host apps such as Coge and VDMX. Has controls for Object Rotation, Random position Speed, Noise Speed, Noise Scale and Color.

Uses Vuo default node set to animate parameters with Curves and Gradient Noise. And lastly a Blend Image with Feedback node.

OBJ License: https://www.videocopilot.net/products/3d/motiondesignpack/

Composition and supporting files: 

Exported App: 

ElectroEye_04

ElectroEye_04

Image Generator Scene. For use in Host apps such as Coge and VDMX. Has controls for Light strobe and Line width.

Uses Martinus Magneson's Spiro Node Set. https://vuo.org/node/817

OBJ License: http://www.badking.com.au/site/shop/industrial/engines-wingsby-mega-mech...

Composition and supporting files: 

Exported App: 

mxfx_GridLine_02

Image Filter for use in Coge and VDMX. Has controls for mesh resolution, grid types, points.

To install for VDMX place the .vuo file in:

~users/username/Library/ApplicationSupport/VDMX/vuoFX

Please feel free to drop me messages if you run into problems installing the FX or have any other questions in regards to features of this Plugin.

Composition and supporting files: 

Using Vuo Image Generator compositions in VDMX

Using Vuo Image Generator compositions in VDMX

How to load Vuo Image Generator compositions and how to manipulate Vuo's inputs (published ports) from within VDMX

Transcript: 

Hi! I’m Jean Marie from Team Vuo. Vuo compositions can be used in other applications. In this tutorial we’ll cover how to use a specific type of Vuo composition, one that conforms to Image Generator protocol, as input to VDMX.

OK, let’s get started. Here I’m using VDMX’s simple mixer template, and I’ve already moved the crossfader all the way to the left, so we are looking at the left screen. I’m going to drag my Vuo composition into a media bin. It takes moment to compile the first time, but after that it will be available right away.

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