Archive for the ‘Tutorial’ Category

Control DMX Assistant by Vezér

Posted on: November 15th, 2016

If you are working with DMX and lighting and your never heard about DMX Assistant you should check it out immediately! It is a super-simple yet powerful lighting control app, which allowing you to create scenes which you can trigger, or fade-in and -out via MIDI  even with HTP merging.

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Sounds great, right? The tip on the iceberg is you can trigger that scenes by MIDI – this is how you can do that in Vezér:

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Guest Tutorial – Mask Layering Techniques with CoGe by DocOptic

Posted on: September 14th, 2016

After their superb Getting Started with CoGe Tutorial DocOptic is back with an other niche video tutorial, demonstrating 3 different techniques to layer your visuals with masks or mattes.

Click on the image to jump to the tutorial!

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DocOptic.com provides VJ software tutorials & animated footage for live visuals and Video DJing. They have superb visual sets available to purchase as well as some freebies, so make sure you check the whole website out!

Lighting for Beginners – DMX and Art-Net

Posted on: September 14th, 2015

Since we added support for lighting rigs thru Art-Net in Vezér 1.3, we’ve received a lot of questions about how to start, where to start and other questions from you, related to DMX, Art-Net, LEDs, etc. – well, lighting in general.  We decided to start a serie of articles to help you to dive into the land of (stage) lighting – which could be a bit scary territory if you never met this stuff before, but do not worry, here we go!

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Vuo – Using Protocols Pt.2

Posted on: June 2nd, 2015

Jaymie from Team Vuo created and other great tutorial about using protocols in Vuo! If you every wondered why and how you need to prepare your Vuo compositions to make them work in CoGe, watching this video is the go!

Vuo – Using Protocols

Posted on: May 3rd, 2015

Jaymie from Team Vuo created this great explanation video about why and how to use protocols in Vuo. If you every wondered why and how you need to prepare your Vuo compositions to make them work in CoGe, watching this video is the go!

Connect Vezér to Modul8 2.9 with OSC

Posted on: April 8th, 2015

Modul8 has been updated to version 2.9 a few days ago, and one of the new features is the native OSC supports, which makes connecting Modul8 to other softwares with OSC even easier. So, here are the very few steps of how to make Vezér talk to Modul8 with OSC:

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Vezér 1.4 – Cues, Flags and many more

Posted on: December 16th, 2014

We are super exited to announce the next big update of Vezér 1.4 has been released, with a couple of new features – and important bug fixes as well – which  puts the application and possibilities a whole new level for sure. So, here is the list of the most exciting additions:

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Tip of the Day: Media Bank Preview

Posted on: November 6th, 2014

In CoGe 1.6 we introduced a new feature which allows you to preview Media Banks. Watch this short tutorial to get know the how:

Notes:

  • just hold down the ALT key while you click on a Media Bank
  • loops from DocOptic: http://docoptic.com

Make it permanent

There is a preference called “Trigger current Media Slot when switching Media Bank”, which you can turn off in case you want to always use the Bank Preview behaviour.

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Behaviour Preference

Guest Tutorial – Getting started with CoGe by DocOptic

Posted on: October 21st, 2014

DocOptic.com created a new tutorial, which covers all the basics and essentials to getting started with CoGe. Spoiler alert: the tutorial covers some of the new features that are part of the upcoming CoGe 1.6 update.

DocOptic.com provides VJ software tutorials & animated footage for live visuals and Video DJing. They have superb visual sets available to purchase as well as some freebies, so make sure you check the whole website out!

Guest tutorial – Controlar una animación QC con Vezer

Posted on: September 15th, 2014

Connect Vezér to Quartz Composer – a guest tutorial by spanish artist Marcos Prack, in Spanish language.