Analog Recycling is back! The original pixel gangstaz return with a glorious set of retro-chic visuals. Motion blurred circular patterns with an almost tangible analog feel to them.
Reach for the lasers and party like it’s 1999.
Subconscious VJ Footage by Analog Recycling
Plug in to the PA and get connected to the sound. Forget about FFT and equalisers, this is the very definition of audio visualisation. These clips go up to 11.
AudioTech VJ Footage by Artificially Awake
Unleash your inner mad scientist with this amazing transparent machinery. Beautifully rendered, deliciously abstract but with a hint of a story, these clips will turn any audience into your zombie minions.
GlassMachines VJ Footage by BluElk Comment »
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So, a few weeks ago we publicly released a new version of DXV, imaginatively called DXV3.0. It's a big improvement, and people love it. To make sure you get the best out of the codec, here's an upgrade guide.
First of all, DXV3 encoded movies will only work in Resolume 4.2 and above. In previous versions, Resolume will think they are very big and slow Quicktime files, and you will not have a good time. If you want to use DXV3, you're committed to Res 4.2.
DXV3.0 has 3 benefits: it's faster at high resolutions, files are generally smaller and it has a high quality option.
In general, we don't recommend re-encoding your entire library. Your old DXV2 files will play fine in Resolume 4.2, and you still get all the benefits of improved smoothness and bug fixes.
So there is no need to re-encode your entire DXV2 library. Especially do not re-encode your DXV2 files to DXV3 High Quality. Because you are rendering from a DXV2 source, any image artifacts are already rendered into the file. Your image quality is not improved at all, the only thing you get is bigger files that look exactly the same. And that's probably not what you want.
There are only three scenarios where we would advise re-encoding.
The releases are coming thick and fast, but you know we always keep an eye on quality. Wherever possible, the DXV3 encoded versions will come with alpha transparency, instead of a regular black background. That means that you can get both Electric and Synthesize with embedded alpha! Happy mixing times, oh yes.
Mathias Muller is king of the particles.
Get FluidMandalas from the Resolume label.
Raw Designs is back with more visual synthesis.
Get Synthesize 2 from the Resolume label.
And Artificially Awake doesn't sleep, he renders.
Get Electric from the Resolume label Comment »
///// So yeah, as most of you figured out, this was our April Fools' joke for 2015. See you next year, everyone! /////
One of the exciting new features in Res 4.2 is speech recognition. That’s right, you can now control Resolume just by saying what you want to do.
Check the video for an overview of the basic controls and a some hints on the new special effect commands.
Of course speech recognition needs a clear sound signal, so when using it in a club environment, it’s best to ask the DJ to turn the music down. Comment »
4.2 improves on the stuff that you use every day. The stuff that allows you to do your amazing shows on screens all across the globe. Because we know this is what matters to you most. A stable, fast and healthy application.
UPDATE: We have now also released maintenance version 4.2.1 which brings a number of bug fixes.
Dalziel-Pow is a London-based agency with over 30 years' experience in brand and retail design, passionate about creating retail experiences that are unique and engaging for the customer.
A few days ago, they sent us the link to their amazing new project:
http://www.dalziel-pow.com/news/interac ... esign-expo
They were kind enough to expand a little about how the project works:
This time we have three familiar names representing the Res footage label.
Ostwerker get their mecha on with Robotronic:
Get Robotronic *exclusively* from Resolume Footage!
Catmac is our resident psychonaut. His new pack SpiritMolecule is full of psychedelic patterns and fractal geometry:
Get SpiritMolecule *exclusively* from Resolume Footage
And Artificially Awake just does what he does best, bang out amazing content:
Get Gimbal VJ footage by Artificially Awake Comment »