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Mahlzahn
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Why is it raining in the digital countryside?
Have a look at the treshold effect with timeline to add some "white".
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Couple more bits and pieces done in Arena 4.13

Sacred-geometry-2


Boiling-squares
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Here's my last two shots. I tried to go for a warm analogue feeling and ended up full VHS with the first one, the second one I doodled up without anything special in mind. Sorry for the low quality on the videos, I needed to get them uploaded fast with a really slow connection :)





There's some insanely good entries in the competition, I think I'm going to give at least Digital:snot's and
Mahlzahn's compositions a spin next saturday :)
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Thanks for a great contest , some really cool entries here .

My submissions. Some single clips and a small vj mix of clips recorded in Resolume with music by Tron Sepia.
I used 6 layers of solids and gradients with animated hue shift and positions then adding identical cube rotate settings to each solid and then staggering the playback . Also more effects like particles , scaled pixels, stripper, flip ,and tunnel





See it all in the playlist ,
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL ... Z9wZJLxzwh


I had to leave home before this upload was complete, posting this from a friends . I have a few more pieces I would add and the 2 composition files when I get home. I will add them to the playlist hopefully in time for the deadline. Just realized the title URL is down in the mix video :oops: http://www.scottvjguy.com

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Turn off the sphere in composition channel to center the picture. The attempt was to create a tunnel feeling without using a tunnel. Using three different spheres made it possible to add more rhythm than a tunnel might offer.

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With the contest extension, I'm submitting one more - "Drops"

I am currently Internet high-speed bandwidth challenged, so I did some heavy compression of the final video to get it uploaded in time for the contest. I've learned quite a few new things through this contest, but the foremost thing it showed me is that I need to upgrade my capture hardware.



I tried to keep the effects light & simple, using copious amounts of midi mapping to make this project real-time playable. Side note - this project convinced me I can make optical illusion pieces which is something I've been interested in long before running into Resolume. The comp is initialize with layer1 blacked out - just bump the A/B scene slider and un-blackout layer1 to get things going.

Music was included with the clip since the external audio FFT input is used to drive some of the internal effects.

I really had a blast with this contest, and I can't wait to integrate some of this with my existing and future video and still content... thanks to the Resolume folks and all of the contest participants.

Bug Hunt Update: (1) At least with the colorize effect on a layer router, if 'hue' is controlled with external audio FFT, switching to a different stored preset still has external audio FFT enabled and driving the effect, even if not in the switched-to preset. (2) When midi mapping control codes to the 'rotate X/pause' (timeline driven) function of the cube effect, it actually maps to the 'rotate X/random' function instead. Mapping of midi note codes operate properly.
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