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Check also: automata-ui which is much more convenient.

From now on you can easily design your very complex logical state machine for the Automata (Animation) node with a graphical editor called Qfsm. Stefan Duffner, the developer of Qfsm, kindly added an export window for vvvv automata code:

Download Qfsm for windows here:

To use it, simply create a new state machine with the following settings:

Then make some states an connect them with events (transitions). these transitions will be the input pins for the automata node. If you want a special output bang for a transition, enter a name in the 'output' field of the transition. if this field is empty a default output will be created named after the state to which it goes with the prefix 'Do'. enable in menu view->mealey outputs to see the outputs at the transitions as well.

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~14h ago

metrowave: Yes, thanks for the streamming.

~3d ago

Hadasi: ...classic

~3d ago

Hadasi: @welove the videos are still up there https://www.twitch.tv/wirmachenbunt/videos

~3d ago

welovemedia: Big thanks for the stream, will this stay online or be shared as a download for those who could not watch it live?

~3d ago

CeeYaa: Big THX for the daylong streaming - and amazing Project Insights https://www.twitch.tv/videos/412932722

~3d ago

u7angel: twitch livestream vvvv gamma

~4d ago

u7angel: @domj, sure

~4d ago

domj: @u7angel: nice! How about the talk later at 7?

~4d ago

u7angel: vvvv-gamma-presentation will be streamed on twitch, starts 2pm, channel name is vvvv gamma

~4d ago

joreg: vvvv heads in #hamburg #kiel: if you're bored this thursday, please come join us for a workshop and/or talk: vvvv-gamma-presentation