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<h1>Threshold Plugins</h1>

This plugin contains two nodes that allows you to analyse data over time.

I use both a lot to in FFT Analysis, to perform custom beat detection, but I'm sure there's other uses as well :)

<h2>Threshold Cross</h2>

This node allows you to check is a value has crossed a threshold compared to the value from the previous frame.

You can specify if you want to detect the threshold cross with the value increasing and/or decreasing.

<h2>Peak Cross</h2>

This node allows you to detect when a value has been increasing and/or decreasing) for at least n frames (configurable individually for each direction), then it does output "true" and the value as soon as it goes in the opposite direction.

Download Thresholds 1.0

There is one help file for each plugin in the zip.

Source code in svn soon.

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~3d ago

dawoof: Did u use the NVAPI to do the warping and other functions?

~3d ago

manuel: @dawoof I did. Just some tests. with the sync card you get no tearing thats great.

~4d ago

dawoof: has anyone used nvidia MOSAIC and VVVV? (without vioso or automated callibration)

~4d ago

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~6d ago

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~6d ago

TremensS: Just one step further, reinstalling VC++2012 did the trick! This might help anyone having the same surprise...

~6d ago

TremensS: Hey! Since Win10 update last night, all my Assimp nodes are red in both beta36/38. Tried reinstalling VC++2013/2017. Any hints?