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about the documentation

The documentation pages are a Wiki that can be edited collaboratively by all registered useres. See the Wiki Syntax page on how to format text and play around in the Wiki Sandbox. Hovering a page-title makes the menu come up that has an Edit button on the very left. Clicking it switches to the edit-mode of a page. Everybody is welcome to add informations or translate pages to different languages.

Every wiki page belongs to a place in the menu-hierarchy below the main-menu point Documentation. The second level menu is structured as follows:

Learning

Supposed to attract newbies. Here they find step-by-step tutorials and demo patches.

Using vvvv

The complete vvvv reference to GUI and specific intrinsic features like Boygrouping and Spreads.

Topics

Node/Topic centric approach to a guide. Here the intermediate/advanced user comes to get information concerning specific topics.

Node Reference

All vvvv native nodes and nodes coming with the addonpack have their own node reference page. Those have a wiki-section and list other content related to individual nodes. Nodes can be assigned additional (up to 5) tags which one day will be used to support users searching nodes within vvvv.

Devvvveloping

Resources for developers of addons.


Request Review

Users can mark pages that seem outdated with a "requested for review". Hovering a page-title makes the menu come up that has an request review button on the very right. Clicking it pops up a small edit box that allows a user to giving a short statement what part of the page requires clarification which will help authors to react specifically to requests when reworking the page.

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Shoutbox

~1d ago

karistouf: https://vimeo.com/405806502 30mn realtime. Merci Joreg and all the crew for this beautifull tool, merci Clemens for D.O.P.E

~1d ago

kamome: both, problem in ffmpeg was that windows do not have a title to grab

~1d ago

joreg: @kamome: you mean the patch or the Renderer? either way nothing built-in yet. You'd use sth like https://obsproject.com/

~2d ago

kamome: hei is there any way to record gamma patch / renderer with ffmpeg ?

~3d ago

vasilis: Hi @Joreg..I'm interested in "Getting started with vvvv gamma"

~4d ago

joreg: @vasilis we'll add more. which one are you interested in?

~4d ago

vasilis: missed my chance again...sold out!!!

~5d ago

Takuma: @joreg thanks for sharing!!