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video piglet commented on video piglet's Feature Request, “Simple Keystone Node

I guess I mean that the image could also be cropped by the same node. A keystone distorts the image so that it looks correct on a sloping wall for example. A crop actually cuts parts of the image out. At the moment I don't think there's any node that can cut a triangular piece from the edge of an image, I think that's what I was getting at by crop diagonal lines.

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Just another thought - A resolume scene can hold a hundred clips or more, so it seems unlikely you would need to change scenes during your show. As long as the scene is "warmed up" by previewing every clip (which can be done column by column ~30seconds total) the trigger lag will never become an issue.

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Hi, thanks for the response

What I consider most important are: hue shift saturation brightness opacity

so a layer node with those four parameters would be great. :-)

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video piglet commented on video piglet's Feature Request, “Improved Feedback Node

Magnesson - thanks for the composition - my first attempt at "hard" feedback is here: https://vuo.org/node/2601 - subsequent to that I have made others which are probably better. I think you have the image routed into the FOREGROUND of the blend image node - therefore unsuitable for some applications - ie feedback on the alpha channel behind an image.

What I would love is a simple 2d transform image node! Scaling the feedback doesn't seem possible with "resize image" so to acomplish this I did the feedback with layers.

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Does changing back and forth between layers, images and objects decrease the efficiency of the composition?

I often find that I'm converting from layers to images or objects because I can't find a node that will do the thing I want it to otherwise.

For example:

-It doesn't seem possible to change the size of an image. There's no transform image node. Resize image will pixellate the image but won't have the same effect as transform layer.

-It doesn't seem possible to process the layer with regard to visual effects. It therefore has to be changed back to an image. For example, imagine you want to change the hue of some copied layers.

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