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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by Mahlzahn » Mon Feb 25, 2013 17:49

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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by kontrast » Mon Feb 25, 2013 18:26

Here is one I've made (with many watermarks at the end...)
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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by freakiebeat » Mon Feb 25, 2013 20:11

Geek Out Hardcore


The title sez it all... havin' some fun geekin' on Resolume !!
The resolution of the clip suffers due to re-encoding foo, but the raw Resolume output looks great.

Wink-Out


This clip goes in a different direction. I put it together while listing to the current Hearts of Space (http://www.hos.com/#programs/recent) program.


Note: When re-sizing the project, remember to make the gradient source render size equal to one half the project output size.
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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by Yuckfou157 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 20:19

Being late and very busy, I managed to put this together, not expecting anything I needed to upload something because of the "challenge accepted" post on page one... :lol:



And it's pretty impresive to see what others have made...still learning, everyday!
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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by carlo19731 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 21:35

another try :mrgreen:

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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by bart » Mon Feb 25, 2013 22:39

Can I also enter the competition? Here is my Harlem Shake generated entirely in Resolume. I'll probably get disqualified for adding audio anyway ;-)

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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by psychodalien » Tue Feb 26, 2013 02:16

Resolume comes closer to become a visual synthesizer. Great! I WISH I had one.
What about my work - it's rendered with resolution of 320x240 so it's better to render it in at least 640x480 (the more the better) if you have enough processor power because the compression kills highly detailed picture.
Good luck guys, nice to see what others make using the same tool!




Just click the columns to play loops.
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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by Mahlzahn » Tue Feb 26, 2013 14:47

Ok, this took me quite a bit to figure out how I could realize my Idea. I had build this kind of sphere before, but then I used two layers and used the spere in the composition channel. This made it impossible however to "include" a background without prerendering the sphere. I managed to created two synced spheres now and played around a little with bright/contrast to make the background not shine through to much. Still I think that the sphere looks smoother with a timeline automatization, though the "effect" comes quite well also, cause blowing speakers usually don´t come smooth;-). If anyone knows a possibility to run the two spheres with timeline in sync, please let me know.



And why bother with "blender"?
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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by Mahlzahn » Tue Feb 26, 2013 18:19

The sky is the limit!



Thanks everyone for the inspiration and motivation.

The Videowall is also a nice tool to get some dynamics. Here are some examples.



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Re: Create Visuals with Resolume and Win an Arena License!

Post by milliebeanz » Tue Feb 26, 2013 19:10








I was inspired by all the snow outside. :lol:
Looks better with the raw Resolume files rather than the compression. :?
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