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- * Resolume 7.3.0 Released! Start settings for parameter animation, new effects & generators
- * Resolume 7.2.1 Maintenance Release
- * Resolume 7.2.0 Released! Clip Renderer, Recording & Conversion Improvements, 2 New Effects
- * New footage! toomuchlag, VJ Galaxy, Tomika
- * Visual storytelling with STVinMotion
- * Want Plugins? Get Juicebar!
- * A footage pack in memory of Jonathan Bernbaum
- * In Pursuit of Secret Mapping Experiment
We welcome to the label the one and only DVizion with his first release CubeCity. lifeisartstudios is definitely a name we are proud to have in our portfolio and Sub-Divided is a pack meant to glam up your screens to the max.
And we are super happy to have Dan Wise back with new footage MoCapMayhem containing motion captured dance moves.
CubeCity by DVizion
Sub-Divided by lifeisartstudios
MoCapMayhem by Dan Wise
Version 7.3.0 has start options for parameter animations. You can now determine when a parameter animation starts and re-triggers as well as playing BPM parameter animations out of the global BPM phase. 7.3.0 also contains two new generators; Abstract Field and Tunnelines. A picture in picture mixer (PiP). Two new effects; Acuarela and Tilt Shift. And of course, as usual, a lot of small bug fixes.
Parameter Start Settings
When you set a parameter to animate on a Timeline or BPM Sync you now have some extra options to determine when exactly it is started and re-triggered. What this does exactly is hard to describe in words, but we tried anyway here. It's best shown by example so checkout the video that explains it all.
Upgraded FFGL to v2.2
With FFGL version 2.2 developers can more easily debug their plugins and group parameters together. All details are on our GitHub repo.
Compositions saved in version 7.3.0 are not fully backwards compatible with older versions like 7.2.1 This is not usually a problem but you should be aware of this when for instance sharing a composition with others. Once saved in 7.3.0 you should always open in 7.3.0 (or higher).
New Effects & Generators
We welcome to the label MIKVIZ with a pack of loops Into The Glow that reminds us of how much we like to be on the bright side of life.
Statues by FixPix is the type of pack you want to have in your collection because it gives you the possibility of creating as many looks as your creativity can handle.
"You can use Morphology Zooms as a stand alone loops or mix and match with other footage", explains Micah Buzan. Well, we believe you, Micah!
Into The Glow by MIKVIZ
Statues by FixPix
Morphology Zooms by Micah Buzan
We welcome two new artists to the label!
Lior Sadeh Studio is based in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Their first footage pack SilkScreenPrint introduces us to a technique used in the commercial and artistic sector for more than 100 years.
It's a Snake, it's a Worm, it's SplinesAndCubes! VJ Picles, the mind behind this footage pack comes from Brazil and we guess he is a big fan of the Snake Game.
Lastly, Data Ghost is back with Floating Polygons 2. This pack is like a sci-fi movie with no ending.
SilkScreenPrint by Lior Sadeh Studio
SplinesAndCubes by VJ Picles
FloatingPolygons2 by Data Ghost
Being inspired by meditative states and psychedelic experiences, Edgar Davey creates animations that offer a glimpse into a mind beyond the mundane states of consciousness. PSYPACK is his first release on our label and we are looking forward to see more of his work.
Next one in line is Ican Agoesdjam who built a new pack of essential loops. WireTunnel is abstract, minimal and finely animated.
Last but not least, we have a a kind of VJ Survival Kit with a twist. Laak's newest addition to the footage store is called SOLIDS and we believe it's pretty f#@&ing solid.
PSYPACK by Edgar Davey
WireTunnel by Ican Agoesdjam
SOLIDS by Laak
Dan Chelger is a filmmaker and audiovisual teacher. Videologies1, his first released pack is made entirely using analog gear: video synths, video bended gear and custom circuits. This makes the loops unique and impossible to replicate in the digital environment.
OWK Crew dropped a new pack called Robo-Face which is all nice and cute, like a baby RoboCop.
Unit44 continues the saga of Enter and he just released its fifth chapter Enter5. Check it out!
Videologies1 by Dan Chelger
Robo-Face by OWK Crew
Enter5 by Unit44