this is vvvv45beta30
what a release...
the changelog has it all really, but here are some highlights:
at the latest with vuxens drop of his dx11 implementation it became obvious that one addonpack won't suffice all. while this comes with some additional clicks for the typical user it is more convenient to handle by developers and is a first step towards a kind of package managing system. so beta30 introduces the idea of packs. packs are placed inside the
directory in the \vvvv_45betaXY directory like for example
and thats it. no further configuration necessary. like this packs can be maintained by the developer and added/updated/removed by the user individually. note that at this point we're still waiting for a suitable DX11 pack for beta30 by vux.
next. with the dx11 pack comes a load of new nodes. while all dx11 nodes work alongside their dx9 peers peacefully you may want to hide either category from the nodebrowser depending on what you're working on. in its new filter panel the nodebrowser allows you to do exactly that.
besides that a lot of fixes and your favorite new features:
happy new vvvv.
this brand new addonpack for beta30 notably brings fixes for
+ a new node by herbst: AsXElement (JSON)
full details in the changelog. we bow to all contributors..
here we go.
in an attempt to save the collected wisdom of node13 for posterity this blogpost aims to provide a reference of where all the stuff that was handed out during node13 workshops went.
more is promised...will update this posting as material comes in.
Who Denis Roth, Joachim Weber, Sebastian Drack, Tobias Feldmeier, Tanja Fuchs, Jan Schuster, Arthur Mroz, Alexander Graf, Helmut Höllriegl, Nikolaj Lawniczak, Isabella Triendl, Florian Knecht Matthias Bergsmann, Markus Schwab
When Tue, May 21st 2013 - 20:00 until Tue, May 21st 2013 - 23:00
Where FH Salzburg, Campus Puch Urstein, Puch Urstein / Salzburg, Austria
If you happen to be in our around Salzburg / Austria tonite, please stop by for our little vernissage at the showroom of FH Salzburg. The exhibition features 10 fast, vibrating and mesmerizing works of the students of Multimedia Art at Fachhochschule Salzburg.
And, as ever, all is full of VVVV!!
Works by: Denis Roth, Joachim Weber, Sebastian Drack, Tobias Feldmeier, Tanja Fuchs, Jan Schuster, Arthur Mroz, Alexander Graf, Helmut Höllriegl, Nikolaj Lawniczak, Isabella Triendl, Florian Knecht Matthias Bergsmann, Markus Schwab
Class 'Media Scenography' WS/SS 2012-13: hosted by Kathi Mayrhofer (ktl) and Martin Zeplichal (zepi)
Exhibition graphics by Tanja Fuchs
for directions please consult http://www.fh-salzburg.ac.at
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