The Documentation page collects all known material about vvvv. You will find a Learning section including tutorials and demo patches. The Using vvvv section which is a manual about all vvvv specific features, the Topics section which collects information about different entry points you may look for when realizing a specific goal.
The forum is the place for asking questions and sharing ideas. All vvvv developers are regularily reading the forum so you're very likely to get an answer soon.
Although we encourage you to register, you can post to the forum by loging in as "guest" with password "guest".
There is a ##vvvv channel on freenode.net where usually some users and developers are present to answer your questions. Read HowTo Use IRC if you don't know how to join the chat.
Many users do use Skype for chatting with each other. Message the users listed here to ask them for their Skypenames.
To get some short time attention of the community (resulting in fast answers) place a SOS signal into the shoutbox.
You can post a screenshot on the blog directly out of vvvv by selecting a window and pressing CRTL+3.
In the Galería blog everyone can post entries to present her or his new work using vvvv.
If you want to write more about a project, create a page in the wiki and include a link in your blog post. You may also like to link to your external pages.
CTRL+I opens an Inspektor window. Selecting a node with an inspektor open you'll see a short description what this node is intended to do.
Pressing F1 with a node selected opens a helppatch explaining the node in some detail. If you press F1 with no node selected, a generic help patch is shown.
Also see the video tutorial on Helppatches.
vvvv brings up a page from the Node Reference, when pressing Alt-F1 with a node selected. a nodereference page exists for every native node and nodes that come with the addonpack. the pages are user-editable and thus can contain additional information concerning that node provided by other users.
The Fanclub (Ctrl+F1) option in the main menu will open a patch with an irc-chat on the channel ##vvvv on freenode.net. If the patch doesn't work for you read HowTo Use IRC for other ways of joining the chat.
These demo patches try to explain several (sometimes advanced) topics. However they are good to see how some nodes can be used together in an elegant way.
We provide workshops, lectures and training courses. Please contact us for details via groupӘvvvv.org
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