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Previously on vvvv: vvvvhat happened in January 2022
So let's see,
vvvv gamma 2021.4.7 is out which sounds like a small update but really it is quite a biggy: Now including the polished audio library: VL.Audio. With no more need for anything extra to install, audio analysis, synthesis, playback, recording.. all at your fingertips now.
We had the 17th vvvv online meetup once again expertly moderated by baxtan. If you want to see what others are doing with your favorite toolkit, this is the place to watch! Save the date for the next edition on March 22nd!
We're now about halfway through the Mastering vvvv for teaching course and the positive side effect it has for all of us, is that it brings us to work on the graybook. Revising some content and adding some new. Here are some notable new chapters:
And much more to come...
We got some new ones:
and received updates to the following:
That was it for February. Anything to add? Please do so in the comments!
When Sat, Mar 5th 2022 - 21:00 until Sun, Mar 6th 2022 - 02:00
Where Teater Momentum, Ny vestergade 18, 5000, Odense C, Denmark
Stoked to be in this lineup from 00:00 to 00:30 on saturday with my very first live Techno AV set.
Come by if you are in Odense
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This has been a long time coming!
We've hoped to have this one out earlier, but finally, we can release it into your caring hands: The best vvvv gamma ever (so far). With tons of bug fixes, improvements, and new features. And without further ado, you can divvvve right into it:
Here is to give you an overview of the most notable changes:
Part of the magic of vvvv gamma is, that it has the advantages of a visual live programming environment combined with the advantages of a compiled language. Getting those two to work together smoothly is one hard nut to crack. In this release, we were able to improve the patching performance with larger projects by introducing a new compilation and hotswap strategy. For details, see this discussion.
Are you missing a feature in the vvvv editor and don't want to wait for us to build it? Editor extensions allow you to essentially build plugins for vvvv itself. Available examples are a desktop color picker, a TUIO simulator and monitor and a Spout monitor. Read more.
But the best thing about extensions is, that they are just patches. So it takes just a few clicks to create your own. Read more.
This release paves the way for the almighty new FUSE library, developed by dottore, everyoneishappy and texone. It allows you to use your GPU for things that typically require writing shaders. FUSE gives you access to procedural noise, signed distance field rendering, customizable particle systems, vector fields, fluid simulations and more, without having to write shader programs! Watch this video to see how to get started with FUSE.
We added stable support for the effortless playback of a wide range of video formats for both Skia and Stride. In addition, we added ImagePlayer nodes for the playback of image sequences. Read more.
The ImagePlayers can also easily be synced over the network. Read more.
And these were only the highlights. For all the details, please see the changelog.
The release of a new version is always a good moment to make sure you still have a valid license for commercial use. To check, log into your account here on vvvv.org and then view your vvvv gamma licenses.
In case, you simply buy a license the moment you start working on a commercial project. Don't forget that we also have monthly options!
What next? Expect the occasional 2021.4.x bug-fix release while we're starting work on the 2021.5 branch as per the updated roadmap.
When Tue, Feb 22nd 2022 - 20:00 until Tue, Feb 22nd 2022 - 22:00
We're meeting up on Febraury 22nd, 8pm CET to catch up and get insights into what everyone is patching on. How will this work? as always. So please fill up your bucket of popcorn and invite all your vvvvriends and vvvvamily to join us!
Please do! Anything more or less related to vvvv, yourself and your projects. Share some thoughts, share your funny fails. Or just join and vibe with us...
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Any questions? Get in touch via email@example.com. See you there!
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