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VVVV Chocolatey Packages

tool package manager. addons vvvv
Credits: Vadim Smakhtin (alg), Claudius Coenen, Chocolatey

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vvvv and addonpack packages for Chocolatey.
(Chocolatey is a package manager, apt-get for Windows)

How to use it :

If you don't have Chocolatey installed, just go to http://chocolatey.org for instructions. It will take about 2 minutes to install.

When Chocolatey is installed, type cinst vvvv and cinst vvvv-addonpack in command prompt to install vvvv and addons. I recommend run all commands as administrator.

By default, all stuff is installing to C:\vvvv\version folder. For me it's ok, but i think some people want to specify default installation dirrectory. I will add this functionality in future packages or maybe someone can help me with this and fork my repo.

Update: now we support both x86 and x64 versions. You can type vvvv.x86 or vvvv.x64 to install 32 or 64 bit version. Also, thx to Claudius, package now automatically installing C++ dependencies, and if you installing addonpack, it's installs VVVV automatically. We still missing .Net4 and DirectX dependecies.

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Shoutbox

~5h ago

manuel: cant use a collada exported from sketchup... any hint ? In the past i was able to do it

~11h ago

julian: hi, how can I put anti aliasing on deferred shadow? any suggestions? deferred-shadow-dx11 thanks a lot!

~13h ago

evvvvil: Push all logic through compute shaders until framedelays sheer existence is being crushed by the gpu's rhetorical question solving.

~18h ago

nerezumijem: Driver to install? I do not recognize the enntec usb promk2

~1d ago

joreg: vvvv bughunt with chance to win a #lattepanda running for 10 more days: find-a-bug-win-a-panda-(latte)

~2d ago

vasilis: Does Speech Node ( vux plugins speech ) work with windows XP?

~4d ago

io: @Yoctopory: M$ has a face recognition API

~4d ago

Yoctopory: Anyone know how I can detect a smile? Kinect is not an option (too big). I tried with the "FaceTracker"-Node, but it's too buggy