Jul 2, - Usually it takes us 3 or 4 years to release a new major version. . Are you going to be offering the usual 50% off Black Friday deal on renewals. Oct 24, - We're happy to bring this faster interface to good old Avenue 3. It was easy to fix once we found the problem and it does not jeopardy the. Sep 1, - Or an even better is deal is to buy Arena 4 now, you receive Avenue 3 right away and pay only euro instead of when it's released.
This is only utility scale and industrial power generation: Ugo bardi had an essay in Resilience a while back that did a pretty good job of debunking the panglossian obsession with renewables.
He doesn't say it's impossible, and he doesn't believe it's impossible (nor do I) but it will be a LOT harder that a lot of people want to believe it will be and it most definitely will NOT support a level of consumption that we have become accustomed to.
I run a small manufacturing operation here in Oregon and the elephant in the room is that there are large variations in human beings.
HerrNieDa wrote: My resolume project is x, my computer output x I can only grab the hdmi source source when its output is on i camera or computer , no signal with p, tried all Intensity mode without any result. Also, to come back on-topic, why no record not the record button we all know, but a way to record the show function on resolume 4??? Comment from Joris: It's nowhere near that state yet ,though. So we opted to leave it out entirely, instead of giving you a feature that only does a part of what you'd like it to do.
Joris Comment from Babcom: Im quite new to resolume but thinking about to buy the new Resolume Arena, to control a show im in. I have quite a few questions before i buy thou: As in qlab or similar programs -How many output sources can i have? Can i have 3 BMD intensity pro and three different screens and cameras from one computer -How many layers can I work with at the same time? I will work with 3 live cameras with different effects on -Does chroma key effect work in realtime?
Or does the frame rate drop with heavy file media or effects I will probably buy my self a New Mac Pro when it comes out on the market and pump it up with a lot of ram, STD hard drives, to make the program run optimal I'd love to have this program as my media hub, so i hope to get some answers Best. GuruMeditation wrote: Couldn't you use the new Midi feedback function to record out to a midi time line program all the changes that you make in Resolume?
This could then be used to trigger Resolume at a later date and record the output to disk? Not sure if that is what you are trying to achieve. Tim Comment from Joris: Babcom wrote: As in qlab or similar programs I'm afraid I'm not familiar enough with either Qlab or the term prerender, but you can preview any content and effects applied to it before sending it to the main mix.
Can i have 3 BMD intensity pro and three different screens and cameras from one computer We've had reports of users having up to 11 screens from a single computer. For three screens, we recommend the Matrox TripleHead2Go box. There is no limit to the amount of layers you can create. How many you'll be able to run smoothly depends on the resolution and codec of your content and how beefy your system is.
We're able to run 6 p layers at a stable 60fps on some of our setups. Can resolume handle a 4k or HD video with the file size 4gb and mix different codecs Resolume supports a variety of Quicktime and AVI codecs. For best performance, especially at the resolutions you're talking about, we recommend rendering everything with our own DXV codec. I will work with 3 live cameras with different effects on There are too many variables involved in this too answer this with any certainty. When you work with BMD devices, the latency is minimal matter of milliseconds , but additional elements in the signal flow mixers, scalers, cable runs can introduce latency as well Babcom wrote: And how much latency id there.
Yes, it's realtime, so no latency. Or does the frame rate drop with heavy file media or effects Again, there are too many variables involved to answer this with any certainty, but as mentioned above, with the correct setup, 6 layers of p at 60fps is possible.
BTW, a lot of the things you're asking about can also be achieved in Resolume 3, so you can download the demo of that already and see for yourself. Getting closer to the buy button I'm afraid I'm not familiar enough with either Qlab or the term prerender, but you can preview any content and effects applied to it before sending it to the main mix. Qlab prerenders the files in the ram so that the video can play in exact sync with for example a audio track.
If the file is big i have experienced some small latency in the starts. We sync Ableton tracks with video and it needs to be in prefect sync a whole show thru.
Ill probably use your codec to make it work smoother in resolume but im worried about the starting time of the videos goto10 wrote: We've had reports of users having up to 11 screens from a single computer. Having 11 screens running with 11 different clips or just 1 clip and 10 copies? How many inputs can i work with? Same question here. Can i run 6 p layers on outputs with different clips or just 6 layers in total at 60fps? And is that just clean video without effects?
There are too many variables involved in this too answer this with any certainty. When you work with BMD devices, the latency is minimal matter of milliseconds , but additional elements in the signal flow mixers, scalers, cable runs can introduce latency as well Here is example of how i will set it up: Babcom ps.
Have a look at this thread viewtopic. Maybe he can help you with your question. Comment from Babcom: Tschoepler wrote: Thanx im checking the equipment right now!