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Jaymie (@jstrecker)


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@jstrecker commented on @jungbas's Bug Report, “Image Filter in Vdmx flickers

@jungbas, after some initial debugging we asked the VIDVOX folks about it, and it turns out the problem needs to be fixed in VDMX instead of Vuo. David Lublin of VIDVOX offered to send you a build when they're ready for testing. If you'd like, I can put you in touch with him, or you can email support@vidvox.net and mention this bug report.

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Alastair (@usefuldesign), your comment pertains to to input editors (the interactive thing) rather than input viewers. The ability to customize min/max on a node sounds like a step beyond Turn Share Value into a slider. More advanced cases like setting min/max based on other values might have to be covered by Scriptable Editor.

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@jstrecker commented on @balam's Feature Request, “User Interface menus

@balam, I think your request is already covered by A UI for storing and editing published input port values.

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@jstrecker commented on @balam's Bug Report, “MIDI Out not sending midi data

The "Send MIDI Notes" example composition outputs to the first available MIDI device, which may or may not be the one you want. You should check what the first available device is on your system and make sure it's configured to send to Garageband or Mainstage.

To send MIDI to another app, you need to:

  • open macOS's Audio MIDI Setup app
  • open the MIDI Studio panel
  • open the IAC Driver panel
  • check the "Device is online" box
  • click the plus to create a port
  • select that port as Vuo's output and as an input in Garageband and Mainstage

https://www.snoize.com/MIDIMonitor/ is handy for troubleshooting MIDI.

Does that solve your problem?

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@jstrecker commented on @kokot's Discussion, “Do image dimensions matter?

It really depends on your hardware and what all processing of the image is being done in Vuo and VDMX. In some situations, it's true that images with power-of-two dimensions are processed faster. I would recommend making a comparison on your own system — load different versions of a Vuo composition in VDMX, one using 16:9 images and the other using power-of-two images — and see if you notice a difference.