Hey; just an FYI - yo can add the slash in the Live set up window but it is a bit of a pain to do!
Your probably know this already but may help other users.
Visual Production Lecturer at Backstage Academy.
I don't really see the connection between the functionality of the Isadora program and the license attributes of GLSL code. The Isadora editor should be able to create, edit, modify and save glsl code to the associated text file. The ability to create an original shader through the Isadora interface is an important function.
I was thinking much simpler, I guess what I am trying to say is do (most) users want to edit in a destructive way (overwrite) or non-destructive and have a 'save as...' and re-import with a new name (this could be automated too). A little bit like how user actors work now.
You are asking us to think about a moral and philosophical question....
I wasn't on purpose. But interesting discussion never the less.
In some ways I wonder if this can be classed as a bug?
The code we download, use and edit is a modification (normally) of someone else's work (of course not stolen but shared under the CC Licence unless otherwise stated). So if we change that code it sort of makes sense that we must save it as a duplicate and re-import it into Isadora - what do you guys think?
I recently bought a Datapath VisionLC HD2 HDMI capture card and I wanted to share my success.
Above you can see it capturing an output from isadora running at 1920*1080 and up-scaling it to 3840*2160 (see below). I have since read it can capture a single HDMI at full 4k - which I will try one day.
The hardware cost £435 which is pretty cool as this can capture DUAL HDMI inputs. So its almost £200 a channel input capture.
Frame delay is minimal but the quality is amazing.
And it is indeed low profile! I was very tight on space.
I have done now hardcore testing yet but it works and I will keep you posted on my research.
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