piksel-dev

Minicomputer v1.3 released

Standalone free open source Linux software synthesizer Minicomputer is released in version 1.3.

This version features better envelope generators with exponential behaviour and compiles now with newer versions of GCC.

Minicomputer is a standalone Linux softwaresynthesizer for creating experimental electronic sounds as its often used in but not limited to Industrial music, IDM, EBM, Glitch, sound design and minimal electronic.
It is monophonic but can produce up to 8 different sounds at the same time. Synthesis is subtractive/FM with a morphing formant filter.

http://minicomputer.sourceforge.net


veejay 1.4.5 released

Veejay 1.4.5 released

This is a bugfix release with minor feature enhancements

Download:
http://downloads.sourceforge.net/veejay/veejay-1.4.5.tar.bz2?use_mirror=

Main changes:


veejay 1.4 released

Veejay is a ‘visual’ instrument and realtime video sampler

It allows you to “play” the video like you would play a piano.
While playing, you can record the resulting video directly to disk (video sampling).

Veejay can be used to manipulate video in a realtime environment i.e. ‘VeeJay’
for visual performances or for (automated) interactive video installations.

News:
=====
Veejay 1.4 supports now the perspective transformation on a per-sample basis,
You can use this feature to calibrate your camera in such way that the video
projected corresponds with the object’s position in physical space – at least,
approximately depending on pixel to millimeter ratio’s. This is great for setups
wall projections like interactive mirrors or floor projections with interactive water
(rippleTV) You can also use this feature to project the video onto an object on stage.
This feature is in beta.

New Features:
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* Beta: Camera/Projector calibration.
* Chained rendering of image effects
* Sample based perspective transformation setup (CTRL-s)
* Some new FX

Changes:
========
* Veejay/GveejayReloaded

– Many bugfixes
– support lower resolution streams when playing in highres
– better colorspace support
– Improved handling of action files (veejay’s saved settings)
– Improved OSD/Font rendering and SRT subtitling

Download:
=========
( dependencies, themes, utilities )
https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=47564

( veejay client and server )
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/veejay/veejay-1.4.tar.bz2?download


Frei0r Plugins Version 1.1.22 released

A new release of the Frei0r Plugins is available at:

http://propirate.net/frei0r/frei0r-plugins-1.1.22.tar.gz

Changes:
http://propirate.net/frei0r/changes-1.1.22.txt

Subscribe to updates at freshmeat:
http://freshmeat.net/projects/frei0r/

This released is based on the latest checkout from:
http://git.dyne.org/index.cgi?url=frei0r/log/

The old darcs based repository is officially depreciated.


ANNOUNCEMENT: The Lumiera logo contest

Lumiera, the new emerging NLE for Linux, is looking for a logo.

Everyone is invited to join the community by contributing a logo or the
idea for a logo that can be refined or discussed.

The Community will select the best logo by internet voting.

To know more about the requirements, the submission and to see all the
proposed logos visit the official contest page at
http://www.pipapo.org/pipawiki/Lumiera/Logos

Deadline for submissions: Nov 30 2008


LiVES 0.9.9.3 released

LiVES version 0.9.9.3 released:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~salsaman/lives/current/LiVES-0.9.9.3.tar.bz2
http://www.xs4all.nl/~salsaman/lives/current/LiVES-0.9.9.3.tar.gz

md5sums:
53df16bd6c1331fb3491766f27150ccd  LiVES-0.9.9.3.tar.bz2
75cd322854f00d51bb999f64707f1fbc  LiVES-0.9.9.3.tar.gz

This is a bugfix release with no new features.

ChangeLog
———
Fix noisy output in the jack audio player.
Multitrack “insert gap” should insert gap in audio tracks.
Fix possible crash in multitrack audio playback.
Fix creation of test RFX scripts (regression).
Utilities should not show “generate to clipboard…”
Update title after changing clip speed.
Initial parameter values should never be ignored.
Optimise “textfun” effect even more.


Sa’habuntu RC2 update

namastee,

After some tests led in India on various graphic cards ( mainly ATI ),
some video card detection problems have been fixed
and has lead to the publication of Sa’habuntu 3.0 RC2.

You can download it here :
http://giss.tv/sahabuntu/sahabuntu-3.0-rc2.iso

The md5sum is : 587993a0c6e5356f404b87c52f4f7228

As usual, send comments and report bugs at gissnetwork at gmail dot com.

shanti,
sevy & lluis


fluxus 0.15

A new fluxus!

http://www.pawfal.org/fluxus
http://www.pawfal.org/fluxus/files/fluxus-0.15rc3.tar.gz

This release introduces some big new components, and the usual load of
fixes, features and improvements.

* Fluxa – audio synthesis designed for functional programming and livecoding
* Frisbee – an experimental game engine based on PLT’s FrTime language
* Midi support
* Support for PLT 4.x
* Multiple camera/view rendering
* Raytracing for collision detection and polygon sampling
* Improved procedural texture operations
* More methods for polygon evaluation
* New examples and documentation

This build will also be availible on the upcoming release of pure:dyne,
a live disk linux distribution of free audio/visual software:
http://code.goto10.org/projects/puredyne/

Happy livecoding…


LiVES 0.9.9.2 released

LiVES 0.9.9.2 (codename “domino”).

Here is the Changelog:
– Fixes for older versions of sox.
– Fix bug in aspect ratio calculation.
– Add flv and flv-youtube formats to ffmpeg_encoder.
– Add support for unclamped YUV.
– Improvements to audio rendering.
– Implement (basic) multitrack audio rendering in the multitrack editor.
– Add simple audio mixer in multitrack mode.
– Show custom effects menu entries again (regression).
– GUI consistency fixes.
– Small fixes for dynebolic 2 compatibility.

Release notes:
http://lives.sourceforge.net/relnotes0992.txt

URLs:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~salsaman/lives/current/LiVES-0.9.9.2.tar.bz2
http://www.xs4all.nl/~salsaman/lives/current/LiVES-0.9.9.2.tar.gz

md5sums:
2d7852cbf3f86d2c88cc021fa01e9ae8 LiVES-0.9.9.2.tar.bz2
f285adc95d652c3de13dcf0c37f9ed29 LiVES-0.9.9.2.tar.gz

http://lives.sourceforge.net


Lumiera Mailinglists available

Lumiera is a Free/Open Source Non-Linear Editing (NLE) application project for Linux developed by the CinelerraCV community. It is in development and no release has made yet (don’t even ask we’ll announce it).

First there is the general ‘Lumiera’ mailinglist:
http://lists.lumiera.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/lumiera

The purpose of this Mailinglist is the discussion between developers and potential users about Lumiera. This will always stay a general and in depth ML where developers and users come together.
This list is open for anyone to subscribe and post messages. When you are interested in Lumiera, subscribe to this list.

Second we have a ‘Lumiera-work’ mailinglist:
http://lists.lumiera.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/lumiera-work

The developers coordinate work and post jobs/todo items in a terse form on this list. This list is moderated for new subscribers. Just read its archive and contact us when you find a job which looks suitable to you.
When you are interested in helping with Lumiera development, subscribe to this list.


Frei0r plugins in Akirad Ubuntu repository

The unofficial Ubuntu repository Akirad now hosts packages for easy install of Frei0r plugins. Akirad also hosts things like Cinelerra and Open Movie Editor which is not in the official Ubuntu repositories.
Check it out here: http://akiradproject.net/repository

Here’s how to install Frei0r on your Ubuntu Hardy box:

sudo wget http://akirad.cinelerra.org/dists/hardy.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/akirad.list
wget -q http://akirad.cinelerra.org/dists/akirad.key -O- | sudo apt-key add – && sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install frei0r-plugins


New release: GridFlow 0.9.4

GridFlow 0.9.4

http://gridflow.ca/download/gridflow-0.9.4.tar.gz

Gridflow is a multidimensional dataflow processing library for PureData, designed for interactive multimedia.


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