Re: [-empyre-] interactive video software
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> Long time lurker, first time contributor.
same same ;)
> By the way, if you're open source, go for PD. Although I cant really
> speak for its reliability as I can MAX.
<raising a finger>PureData is free software which is not quite the same as
just open source.</raising a finger> ;)
for me, the interesting thing about PD is that you can run clients on many
machines at once that can communicate over tcp/ip with each other..
there is another soft, this time freeware (without the "soft") which is very
powerful: thats vvvv from meso (probably written for their own purposes). it
focuses a lot more on video and 3d real time outputs.
you can get it here: http://vvvv.meso.net (it works only under windows i
two other softs that should also be noted i believe:
gephex: http://www.gephex.org/ (for win and linux) and
veejay: http://veejay.sourceforge.net/ (linux)
the last on is also distributed (among others) as a part of a the dyne:bolic
linuxLiveCD based on debian GNU/Linux that focuses on sound and video
(download > burn > boot > try out > take out > reboot normally).
many many people work with finalcut too and a hardware mixer at the same time.
something nice if you like colored ascii outputs is the libcaca library which
should work on most unix systems (in a terminal though).
don't adjust your mind.
reality is malfunctioning.
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