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Thank to this workshop, I returned to visual programming. I started with QuartzComposer around 2008, and since its bitter end, I have been searching for a new language. I knew VUO was the best option for my profile, but I did not really succeed to learn it - until this Workshop. Besides of sharing transparently so much knowledge for such an amplitude of use cases and contexts, and showing/opening so much doors, I really love that Huseyin keeps open the communication in the community through Discord and direct contact. I certainly recommend it, already on the second day after the session I was creating again own patches. Thank you, Huseyin, for your open way, thank you, VUO team, to offer funding. Due to booth, I am finally back creating.

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I agree, Alastair. I have been using Boinx and then mimoLive for quite while (for works with theatre/dance), and its stability with NDI has been improving significantly - even as a good option to their own app for Smartphones. And I hope too that the Breidenbach Brothers and their team choose VUO to replace the QC customizable layers - like CoGe, also a former QC based live modular mixer, highly customizable with own modules and compositions playback (even integrating parameters), which migrated to Vuo and ISF (et.al.). Which still has to finish its "metalization", seems soon.

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That is great! Continuing with the good idea of Chris of several outputs, NDI also helps for several inputs. Not only from other programs, like Resolume or MadMapper (as an option to Syphon), but also from cameras. And this fore there are NDI apps (like Newtek NDI) which convert smartphones in fast cameras with low latency. Of course, there is also the SPARK to take a profesional camera input. But mainly, the point is that we can use several inputs at one time, of diverse kind of sources. Imagine, several camera inputs, for little money,

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