Tuesday, February 1, 2011

New mixer and an old effect

I thought of a way to blend images that I haven't seen before. I wanted to see how it looks, so I implemented it in vvvv, and now I've wrapped it up as an FFGL plugin. I call the blend mode "color wrap". Here's what it looks like:

This is the first mixer effect that I've done (well, I did do a time switcher once, but that doesn't really mix the images :). FFGL mixers are basically just effects that require 2 input textures. The first FFGL parameter you define will be bound to the opacity slider in the host application (by convention, anyway).
Also, it looks like I've forgotten to post the link to one effect previously. It's called Stop Motion, and as the name implies, it's a freeze frame effect. Binaries and source code are available in the Assembla repo, as usual.

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