visuals

phew Feb 4, 2004

  1. phew

    phew Guest

    Hi
    I have very quick question and silly probably :lol1:
    problem is
    when i was on the party in project 142 31.1.
    guy been using some kind of prog for visualization
    anyone know what is the name of this program
    please
    and maybe place where i can buy it
    thx very much
     
  2. phlee

    phlee Reformed Addict

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    There are vast numbers of VJ programs around, and the number grows daily. Try going to Audiovisualizers where they have a good compendium of all the VJ software which is currently available and in most cases, reviews of the software. Good luck! :Grin:
     
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    floroworld Junior Members

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    something cheap and easy... use winamp... not my favourite but it will start you off!!!
     
  4. phew

    phew Guest

    thanks very much
    I just started learning
    heheh
    we will see
    what next
     
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    TheBarrelShifter Junior Members

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    MARKINSIDE Forum Member

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    BluePsy R.T.F.M.

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    Persnoaly I would recomend starting with something simple.

    We started with VJamm, Coldcuts very own VJ software and then moved on to Resolume. Its a logical progression because VJamm is all about the clips as it had no effects or multiple layers in the first version. It might not be the spacey, trippy effects that your after but it does mean that you have to make good quality clips from the start rather than rely on effects for veriety. It also means that you really experiment and get personal with your vision mixer as after an 8 hour gig your always trying to make things look fresh and thats when the fun stuff really starts.

    Once your used to making the standard of content you want, moving onto a software mixer as well is a real change of gear.

    Enjoy :lmao: :wacko: :lmao:
     
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    StealthSyst3ms Senior Member

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    :byebye: yo yo... resolume 1.51 is worth a look mate! :Wink3:
    getting into it now........plus the kaos button is a good fail safe! measure, :lol1:
     
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