Tag: release

Toonloop 1.1 released

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Alexandre Quessy  has just released Toonloop version 1.1 for Debian/Ubuntu GNU/Linux! The Debian packages for Toonloop and Pygame (its dependency) can be found at http://toonloop.com/?q=download

New in Toonloop 1.1 :
* Added groups of options. One for each effect.
* Unified interface to GLSL effects.
* Added simplechroma, lumakey, leavecolor and brcosa effects.
* Background image is one taken using a special key stroke.
* Able to add or delete frames anywhere in a clip.
* Playback direction : forward, backward, back&forth.
* Display a progress bar when saving a clip.
* Shift-Q to quit, and not ESC anymore.
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LiVES 1.0.0-pre1 released !


Salsaman just released  LiVES version 1.0.0-pre1. All features and APIs are now frozen for 1.0, only bug fixes will be made from now on until after the 1.0 release. (continue reading…)


new release: dmmdb version 2.0

The GISS team just released  version 2.0 of the Distributed Multi-Media Database ( a.k.a. dmmdb ), which includes a modified version of cortado, this is the last development that was due for G.I.S.S. 3.0.

all is documented and available from G.I.S.S. wiki :
http://giss.tv/wiki/index.php/Distributed_Multimedia_Database_System_Phase_2

but a bit of technical details as you all love them :

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LiVES 0.9.9.7 released

Salsaman just announced the release of LiVES 0.9.9.7

CHANGELOG
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Add “livetext” effect/generator.
– see release notes for instructions

Fix MIDI device autodetection.
– a MIDI controller on /dev/midi1 should now be automatically discovered

Fix “force single monitor” bug.
– this setting was accidentally not fully implemented in the last release

Correct audio synch when encoding a selection (regression).

Small cleanups in OSC and event_list code.

Add OMC command “/clip/encode_as”.
– this is related to the batch processing tool (See below)

Created LiVES batch processing tool (/tools/batchproc).
– see release notes for more details
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