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TT FFGL FOR ISADORA 2 & 3

A nice set of freeframeGL effects created by TroikaTronix. FFGLAlphaToRGB FFGLGradient FFGLHeat FFGLPanSpinZoom FFGLSlider FFGLTile FFGLTime Please read the instructions that come with the download!

TT GLSL Shaders FOR ISADORA 2 & 3

A nice set of glsl shader effects created by TroikaTronix. TT Color Bands TT Dots TT Edge Blend TT Edge Detect TT Emboss TT False Color TT Gamma TT Grid Chopper TT Grid Warp TT Highlights And Shadows TT LaPlacian Emboss TT Monochrome TT Pixellate TT Polka Dot TT Psycho Colors TT RGB Modulation TT SCE Adjust TT Sharpen TT Sliding Gradient TT Solarize TT Sorbel Edge Detection TT TV Lines TT Vignette TT White Balance TT XY Luma Gradient

ArtNet 64bit

64bit plugin for Isadora 3 These two plugins allow you to send and receive ArtNet (DMX over Ethernet). Instructions - Download the plugins (both MacOS and Windows versions are included). - In Isadora v2.6 or later, choose Help > Open Plugin Folder > TroikaTronix Actor Plugins to open the external plugins folder on your computer. - Open the folder for your platform, either Macintosh or Windows, for 64bit plugins (Isadora 3 only!) • On MacOS, the path for 64bit plugins is: /Library/Application Support/TroikaTronix/IsadoraPlugins_x64 • On Windows, the path for 64bit plugins is: C:\Program Files\Common Files\TroikaTronix\Isadora Plugins - Drag the contents into the plugins folder you opened above. - Restart Isadora 3. - If you are interested in controlling LED strips via ArtNet, please see this tutorial.

NDI Watcher

The NDI Watcher actor uses NewTek's NDI video streaming technology to allow you to receive NDI video streams broadcast from other computers or devices. This actor is in public beta. There may be bugs that affect performance and/or lead to crashes. Because of this, we do not recommend using this actor for public performances or installations. If you do choose to use this beta version for such performances, you do so at your own risk. Installation Follow the instructions in the file Installation Instructions.rtf NDI 4 vs. NDI 3 Isadora 3.0.7 (only available to official beta testers at this time) and later will use NDI v4, while Isadora 3.0.6 and before uses NDI v3. Because of this, two versions of the plugin are given in this distribution. Take care to install the correct version of the plugin for your version of Isadora, otherwise the plugin will not function or may not appear in Isadora at all. The name of the plugin shown in Isadora makes it clear which version of the plugin you are using. It will be called NDI 4 Watcher for NDI 4 version, and NDI 3 Watcher for the NDI 3 version. You cannot have both versions of the NDI Watcher plugin installed at the same time! Usage Instructions: Add the actor to the scene, and click in the value box to the left of 'ndi source'. A popup menu with the currently available NDI servers will appear. Select the NDI server you wish to receive Connect the 'video' output to the desired destination actor. Known Limitations Because the NDI 3 Watcher (required for Isadora 3.0.6 and earlier) uses NDI 3, it cannot receive from the NDI Camera app for iOS. NDI Best Practices NDI is a great technology, but it can't work miracles: sending video requires both bandwidth and a very fast connection. You simply can't expect to send full resolution HD video on a shared WiFi connection clogged by others! Follow these best practices to get the best results with the NDI on a network. Whenever Possible, Use a Hardwired Gigabit Ethernet Network To transmit full bandwidth, low latency video using NDI generally requires a hardwired gigabit Ethernet network. Using anything less than this can give less than poor results. If You Must Use WiFi, Get a Dedicated Router If you must use WiFi, then please work with a WiFi router dedicated to allowing NDI devices to communicate. Attempting to use NDI on a university or other public network that is filled with other people's data is a recipe for disaster. If you plan to use WiFi for NDI, get an inexpensive WiFi router and leave it disconnected from the Internet; even when not online, the router will allow your computer and other NDI sources or destinations to communicate.

Syphon Virtual Webcam

Syphon Virtual Webcam is a free macOS app that receives video from any Syphon capable app and routes it to a virtual web cam, allowing apps that don't offer Syphon input to receive a Syphon video signal. To use Syphon Virtual Webcam, simply install the application and double-click it. The first time you use it, you'll be guided to download an open source virtual webcam driver created for OBS (Open Broadcasting System). After that, simply: Ensure your Syphon source is running. Select your Syphon source using the popup menu in the main window. Start the app that will receive a signal from the virtual webcam Choose "OBS Virtual Camera" as the webcam source Click the "Mirror" checkbox if you need to flip the image horizontally. If you don't see "OBS Virtual Webcam" in the list of webcams, then your app may not be compatible with virtual webcams. Check the list of applications compatible with OBS Virtual Webcam. We have a short video tutorial that takes you through the entire process. The full source code is available on our GitHub page.  

DX – Korg nanoKontrol2

This user actor is the simplest way to use a Korg nanoKontrol2 midi controller with Isadora. Works with the default midi mapping that comes pre-installed on the controller. Features: - Full access to every knob, slider, and set of buttons. - 2 way communication allows the use of the built-in LED button lighting. Setup: - Place the user actor in your Isadora scene. - Set the 'port IN' and 'port OUT' inputs of the user actor to the Midi ports you wish to use. - Setup Isadora to use the same ports. Open Midi Setup and set the corresponding I/O port numbers to interface the Korg nanoKontrol2

Countdown to Date

You can select any date in the future and start a countdown in days, hours ,minutes and seconds or in years, days, hours, minutes and seconds. This user actor was made with JavaScript.

DX – DMX Universe – Enttec compatible

DX - DMX Universe - Enttec compatible, is the easiest way to output DMX data. This actor will work with an Enttec compatible usb serial output device. This User Actor support upto 512 DMX values (1 DMX universe). The included demo file is built around outputting to a simple 5 channel Par Can. It shows a few tips and tricks for working with DMX and the Matrix actors. I am happy to offer support via the forum.

DX – Live10

Live 10 offers a flat-dark Ableton 10 inspired UI. Actor links are made more high contrast when selected to help with complex patching.

Pay me Actor

This is a funny but somehtimes usefull User actor: Sometimes you help people out and write a quick and dirty patch for free so they can test there idea. But you don't want them to tour with it and earn money from your work. Than this actor is perfect. After a set time on all the screens a text will appear. If they still want to use it they will have to contact you to get rid of it.

OpenNi Line Puppet

Line Puppet for OpenNI Tracker A Skeleton Decoder action figure that uses multiple '3D Lines'. Paired with the OpenNI Tracker module, Line Puppet provides a modifiable figure that moves with depth camera skeleton tracking data. The figure is constructed in two halves with colour and line size parameters. Set the OpenNI Tracker parameter for 'skeleton scale' to 'cm' for expected scaling.

OpenNI Tracker Tutorial

This tutorial file (for Isadora 3.0.7 or later) is a companion to our OpenNI Tracker plugin. It is designed to introduce you to the most important features of this plugin so that you can quickly get started tracking bodies in Isadora.   Before running this tutorial, you must download and install the OpenNI Tracker plugin. You can get the plugin here: https://troikatronix.com/plugin/openni-tracker/   Once the plugins are installed, just open the openni-tracker-tutorial.izz file in Isadora and follow the instructions that appear on Isadora's stage.  

Countdown to Date

You can select any date in the future and start a countdown in days, hours ,minutes and seconds or in years, days, hours, minutes and seconds. This user actor was made with JavaScript.

Loop movie

This user actor allows you to loop movie on fly and change it as you want with keyboard or touch osc : Play : spacebar Pause : p Stop : s loop start : I (choose the first point of loop) loop end : o (choose the final point of loop) loop all movie : a (release first and final point of loop to continue playing movie) loop enable on : l (active loop enable - who is active by default) loop enable of : n (if you want to read a part of movie or all the movie and automatically stop it) You have two layer for touch osc for all this control (for iPad and iPhone) including volume of movie. you have a loop movie.izz to have the stream setup for touchosc.

MidiLearn

The midiLearn user actor locks to the first midi signal coming in and shows on the output side what type (control, note on/off) was triggered. In January 2010 Graham Thorne (aka Skulpture) started with the first MidiLearn actor that simply took the first note ON and locked it to that note. This encouraged me and I expanded its features with a reset function, control detection, switching between note ON and OFF etc. We both hope you have fun with it.

Syphon Virtual Webcam

Syphon Virtual Webcam is a free macOS app that receives video from any Syphon capable app and routes it to a virtual web cam, allowing apps that don't offer Syphon input to receive a Syphon video signal. To use Syphon Virtual Webcam, simply install the application and double-click it. The first time you use it, you'll be guided to download an open source virtual webcam driver created for OBS (Open Broadcasting System). After that, simply: Ensure your Syphon source is running. Select your Syphon source using the popup menu in the main window. Start the app that will receive a signal from the virtual webcam Choose "OBS Virtual Camera" as the webcam source Click the "Mirror" checkbox if you need to flip the image horizontally. If you don't see "OBS Virtual Webcam" in the list of webcams, then your app may not be compatible with virtual webcams. Check the list of applications compatible with OBS Virtual Webcam. We have a short video tutorial that takes you through the entire process. The full source code is available on our GitHub page.  

TimerTool

Start a timer or a countdown? Want to see your movie position in seconds? TimerTool outputs your movie position in seconds and shows it as video or number, you can choose to show the time passed or the time left of the movie. Or just start a timer with a trigger and output it as movie or number, or do the opposite type in a number in seconds to start a countdown.

JSON Parser / JSON Bundler

These two actors allow you to parse or create data encapsulated in the JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) data interchange format. The JSON Parser allows you to access the individual elements of a JSON text string. The JSON Bundler bundles one or more numbers or text strings into a valid JSON text string. You can create more complex data structures by feeding one JSON Bundler actor into another. For details on how to use these actors, please refer to our knowledge base article.

Countdown to Date

You can select any date in the future and start a countdown in days, hours ,minutes and seconds or in years, days, hours, minutes and seconds. This user actor was made with JavaScript.

MidiLearn

The midiLearn user actor locks to the first midi signal coming in and shows on the output side what type (control, note on/off) was triggered. In January 2010 Graham Thorne (aka Skulpture) started with the first MidiLearn actor that simply took the first note ON and locked it to that note. This encouraged me and I expanded its features with a reset function, control detection, switching between note ON and OFF etc. We both hope you have fun with it.

OpenNI Tracker

The OpenNI Tracker allows Isadora to capture a depth map image, and to do body/skeleton tracking, using depth map cameras like the Kinect v1, Orbbec Astra and Intel Realsense.   Public Beta This actor is in public beta. There may be bugs that affect performance and/or lead to crashes. Because of this, we do not recommend using this actor for public performances or installations. If you do choose to use this beta version for such performances, you do so at your own risk.   Compatible Cameras This plugin is currently compatible with the Kinect v2 (Kinect for Xbox One) , Kinect v1 (Kinect for Xbox 360, Models 1414 and 1473), the Orbbec Astra, and the Intel Realsense D435.   Download the File for Your Platform Here Because there are separate files files for Mac or Windows, you can't use the download arrow on the right. Instead, you need to download the files using the links below. Download OpenNI Tracker for macOS Download OpenNI Tracker for Windows   Important: Read the "Read Me" Files! Two "read me" files are included with this download. Everyone must read the file called "READ ME - Installing the Tracker Plugins.rtf". If you are using an Orbbec Astra, you must also read "READ ME - Installing the Tracker Plugins.rtf"

NDI Watcher

The NDI Watcher actor uses NewTek's NDI video streaming technology to allow you to receive NDI video streams broadcast from other computers or devices. This actor is in public beta. There may be bugs that affect performance and/or lead to crashes. Because of this, we do not recommend using this actor for public performances or installations. If you do choose to use this beta version for such performances, you do so at your own risk. Installation Follow the instructions in the file Installation Instructions.rtf NDI 4 vs. NDI 3 Isadora 3.0.7 (only available to official beta testers at this time) and later will use NDI v4, while Isadora 3.0.6 and before uses NDI v3. Because of this, two versions of the plugin are given in this distribution. Take care to install the correct version of the plugin for your version of Isadora, otherwise the plugin will not function or may not appear in Isadora at all. The name of the plugin shown in Isadora makes it clear which version of the plugin you are using. It will be called NDI 4 Watcher for NDI 4 version, and NDI 3 Watcher for the NDI 3 version. You cannot have both versions of the NDI Watcher plugin installed at the same time! Usage Instructions: Add the actor to the scene, and click in the value box to the left of 'ndi source'. A popup menu with the currently available NDI servers will appear. Select the NDI server you wish to receive Connect the 'video' output to the desired destination actor. Known Limitations Because the NDI 3 Watcher (required for Isadora 3.0.6 and earlier) uses NDI 3, it cannot receive from the NDI Camera app for iOS. NDI Best Practices NDI is a great technology, but it can't work miracles: sending video requires both bandwidth and a very fast connection. You simply can't expect to send full resolution HD video on a shared WiFi connection clogged by others! Follow these best practices to get the best results with the NDI on a network. Whenever Possible, Use a Hardwired Gigabit Ethernet Network To transmit full bandwidth, low latency video using NDI generally requires a hardwired gigabit Ethernet network. Using anything less than this can give less than poor results. If You Must Use WiFi, Get a Dedicated Router If you must use WiFi, then please work with a WiFi router dedicated to allowing NDI devices to communicate. Attempting to use NDI on a university or other public network that is filled with other people's data is a recipe for disaster. If you plan to use WiFi for NDI, get an inexpensive WiFi router and leave it disconnected from the Internet; even when not online, the router will allow your computer and other NDI sources or destinations to communicate.

Rutt-Etra FOR ISADORA 3

Please Donate if You Use This Plugin!   This emulation of the legendary Rutt/Etra Video hardware video synthesizer would not exist except for the creativity of Bill Etra, who passed away in 2016.  He was survived by his partner Roz who is disabled, lives on fixed income, has no surviving family to help her. (Learn more about Bill and his partner Roz's story  here.) But, right now, you can make a difference in Roz's life by making a donation to help support her via the donate button below maintained by the plugin's creator Vade. Please contribute to the memory of a true pioneer.   The v002 Rutt-Etra plugin by Vade is an emulation of the legendary Rutt/Etra Video hardware video synthesizer created by Bill Etra and Steve Rutt. It modulates the scanlines or points that make up an video stream based on the brightness of the source or of another video stream. The results are beautifullly complex as was the original Rutt Etra. Here's an example of an eye modulated by the Rutt Etra plugin.     There are quite a few inputs on this plugin, and you should make sure to experiment with them all. But the most important when you're beginning are as follows:   • draw-mode: controls the method used to draw the modulated image. • z-extrude: the distanec that the scanlines or points that make up the the original will be modulated based on the brightness of the displace image. (If no video stream is coneccted to the displace input, then the source image is used to displace itself) • z-translate:  How the image is translated towards or away from the 3D camera along the z-axis. The  z-translate should generally be negative; otherwise you may not see the image. If you don't see an image, the first thing to try is to make the z-translate more negative. • wire frame size: The thickness of the scanlines or points used to render the final image.   Installing   • This is a 64-bit plugin for Isadora 3 only. You can get the Isadora 2 version by clicking here. • Unzip the download and open the folder for your platform (i.e., Macintosh or Windows) • Choose Help > Open Plugin Folder > TroikaTronix Actor Plugins to open the external plugins folder on your computer. • Drag the plugin to the TroikaTronix Actor Plugins folder opened above • Restart Isadora 3 The source code for this plugin can be found on GitHub.

Jump By Name

Jumps to the first scene whose name begins with the specified text. This actor searches from the beginning of the scene list and jumps to the first matching scene, or does not jump if no matching scene is found. A match is defined as the search text matching the first characters of a scene name. Strange behaviours will occur if this property contains the delimiter character in it.   This actor was created by Benoît Vogel and Mark compiled it for 64 bit.

Send PJLink

The Send PJLink actor allows you to send commands to a projector using the industry standard PJLink protocol.   Using this plugin you can turn the projector on or off, close or open it's shutter and more. The most popular commands are listed in the 'command' input popup menu (right click the input to see the popup). For more unusual commands, you can set the command input to 'custom' and enter the PJLink command of your choice into the 'custom cmd' input.   For complete instructions, please visit our Knowledge Base article Using the Send PJLink Actor.

TT FFGL FOR ISADORA 2 & 3

A nice set of freeframeGL effects created by TroikaTronix. FFGLAlphaToRGB FFGLGradient FFGLHeat FFGLPanSpinZoom FFGLSlider FFGLTile FFGLTime Please read the instructions that come with the download!

TT GLSL Shaders FOR ISADORA 2 & 3

A nice set of glsl shader effects created by TroikaTronix. TT Color Bands TT Dots TT Edge Blend TT Edge Detect TT Emboss TT False Color TT Gamma TT Grid Chopper TT Grid Warp TT Highlights And Shadows TT LaPlacian Emboss TT Monochrome TT Pixellate TT Polka Dot TT Psycho Colors TT RGB Modulation TT SCE Adjust TT Sharpen TT Sliding Gradient TT Solarize TT Sorbel Edge Detection TT TV Lines TT Vignette TT White Balance TT XY Luma Gradient

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ArtNet 32bit

32bit plugin for Isadora 2 These two plugins allow you to send and receive ArtNet (DMX over Ethernet). Instructions Download the plugins (both MacOS and Windows versions are included) - In Isadora v2.6 or later, choose Help > Open Plugin Folder > TroikaTronix Actor Plugins to open the external plugins folder on your computer. - Open the folder for your platform, either Macintosh or Windows - Drag the contents into the plugins folder you opened above. - Restart Isadora - If you are interested in controlling LED strips via ArtNet, please see this tutorial.

ArtNet 64bit

64bit plugin for Isadora 3 These two plugins allow you to send and receive ArtNet (DMX over Ethernet). Instructions - Download the plugins (both MacOS and Windows versions are included). - In Isadora v2.6 or later, choose Help > Open Plugin Folder > TroikaTronix Actor Plugins to open the external plugins folder on your computer. - Open the folder for your platform, either Macintosh or Windows, for 64bit plugins (Isadora 3 only!) • On MacOS, the path for 64bit plugins is: /Library/Application Support/TroikaTronix/IsadoraPlugins_x64 • On Windows, the path for 64bit plugins is: C:\Program Files\Common Files\TroikaTronix\Isadora Plugins - Drag the contents into the plugins folder you opened above. - Restart Isadora 3. - If you are interested in controlling LED strips via ArtNet, please see this tutorial.

Circular Path by bonemap

Bonemap's Circular Path is an Isadora 3 user actor that provides the X and Y (vertical and Horizontal) coordinates to describe a circular path. The parameters include Reverse, Radius and Rotation Frequency. There is also an example patch that demonstrates the user actor.

Countdown to Date

You can select any date in the future and start a countdown in days, hours ,minutes and seconds or in years, days, hours, minutes and seconds. This user actor was made with JavaScript.

Decimal to binary and hexadecimal converter

With this user actor you can convert a decimal number to a binary or hexadecimal value. This user actor is using javascript.

DX – 16 Color Palette Cycler

Animate upto 16 of your favorite colors in a color palette. Blend colors in a number of ways. Use HSBA or RGB with curves for each parameter... create unique color fades that you can apply to anything in Isadora More features: - loop modes (wrap, forward, reverse, limited, pingpong) - 2-16 colors - color blend in a Million ways - Hard cut colors (0 blend time) - delay time between color fades - interactive control.

DX – DMX Universe – Enttec compatible

DX - DMX Universe - Enttec compatible, is the easiest way to output DMX data. This actor will work with an Enttec compatible usb serial output device. This User Actor support upto 512 DMX values (1 DMX universe). The included demo file is built around outputting to a simple 5 channel Par Can. It shows a few tips and tricks for working with DMX and the Matrix actors. I am happy to offer support via the forum.

DX – graphicPlacer-ZoomCalc

Very useful for outputting graphics at actual size by setting the Projectors zoom to match the size of the image in relation to the target stage. eg: place a small image on a large stage without it being scaled to match, and animate its position with the position inputs of the Projector. The image shows a 256 x 256 pixel image being placed on a 480 x 270 pixel stage. For pixel perfect scaling the zoom needs to be set to 94.8148

DX – Korg nanoKontrol2

This user actor is the simplest way to use a Korg nanoKontrol2 midi controller with Isadora. Works with the default midi mapping that comes pre-installed on the controller. Features: - Full access to every knob, slider, and set of buttons. - 2 way communication allows the use of the built-in LED button lighting. Setup: - Place the user actor in your Isadora scene. - Set the 'port IN' and 'port OUT' inputs of the user actor to the Midi ports you wish to use. - Setup Isadora to use the same ports. Open Midi Setup and set the corresponding I/O port numbers to interface the Korg nanoKontrol2

DX – Live10

Live 10 offers a flat-dark Ableton 10 inspired UI. Actor links are made more high contrast when selected to help with complex patching.

DX – morph Color

A simple but fun User Actor that RGB fades the output color into the input color. It features a switch for excluding the alpha value from the fade in cases where you want a consistent opacity. Use the 'smoothing' input to adjust how quickly the RGB fade occurs. 0 = instant, 1= never (default 0.95)

DX – Rustbelt

Rustbelt was designed to be well suited to working in a dark space. The interface is dull except for the elements that you need to see. Actor links are made higher contrast when selected making complex patches easier to work on.

DX – Value Decay

This user actor provides an alternative to the Decay Generator actor in Isadora, with some unique features. The Value Decay actor will accept a normalized (0-100) input value and decrease it over time (at a set rate). If a new value is input it is ignored unless it is greater than the current decay value. Included is the Value Decay user actor, as well as, an Isadora demo patch Features: - Speed adjustable decay of input value - 2 value decrease methods. Linear, and by percentage (Log) - Increasing input values pass thru. Decay only applied if input is static or less than current decay value.

DX – DMX 32 Channel Receiver – Enttec Compatible

A simple user actor that works with DMX to USB serial input devices (enttec compatible). This actor outputs channels 1 thru 32. Its is easily updated to provide another range of channels if required. It is capable of being expanded to support the maximum of 512 channels provided in a DMX universe. Usage: In Serial Port Setup, select your DMX device from the device pull-down for one of the available serial ports. (refer to the device documentation for specific settings. Often the defaults will work fine) Set the 'serial port' input of the actor to match the port number you setup. Enable the serial ports via the Communications menu option 'Enable Serial Ports' Any incoming DMX on channels 1-32 should now be output (DMX values range 0-255)

Dynamic Data Patch by bonemap

This demonstration project is an Isadora patch that imports live data from an online URL source. It uses it in a way that represents the data graphically and to locate elements in x and y space on the stage. The patch works by accessing an Open Data Source using a live internet URL. The data set includes names of Countries, their Captial City and Latitude and Longitude coordinates and other information. After scaling with Limit-Scale Value actors, the longitude and latitude data locates each city on a world map sphere. A list of iso2 codes (2 letter country codes) has been saved as a text file and read into the patch through a Data Array actor. This Isadora patch demonstrates the Get URL Text, Text Parser, Text Formatter and Data Array actors. It has been updated to fix an issue with reporting retrospective dates when a new month occurs. It has also been updated to reflect higher limits of instances reported through the API source. Note: the JSON Parser Actor is required and can be downloaded for Mac and Windows here: https://community.troikatronix.com/topic/6503/json-parser-actor-for-macos-and-windows-public-beta

Floating Tunnels by bonemap

Floating Tunnels by Bonemap is an Isadora 3 video user actor macro. It is a recursive pattern module, as the name suggests, it generates a representation of a floating tunnel. There are parameters for colour (hue range), sine and pulse frequency. It accepts a video texture. It has a background colour parameter that can be on or off.

Follow Spot

This user actor is for simulate a follow spot with shapes actor. It works with touch osc and you could choose the shapes, zoom, intensity, width, Height, Blur, RGB, spin ON and OFF and move the sapes with an XY controller. Inside the .zip you have : the user actor one .izz to test it and have the correct stream setup the layer for touch osc (iPad version).

Grapher [PUBLIC BETA]

This plugin is in public beta.   Do not use this plugin in a mission critical situation until the public beta tag is removed!   Grapher displays one or more numeric values on a moving graph for easy visualization. This plugin might be most useful to teachers who are helping others to learn about Isadora. Grapher was created by Isadora's creator Mark Coniglio specifically for his workshop "What Do We Do With the Data?" at the Isadora Werkstatt 2019. If you anything is unclear about these instructions, or if you have an problems using this actor, please let us know by making a post in the forum. One of our team, or one of the members of our awesome community, will be there to help.   Instructions: Remember, you can see helpful instructions for any actor by mousing over the actor's inputs or outputs and seeing what appears in the Help View at the bottom right of the main Isadora window. But here is a quick summary of Grapher's inputs and what they do.   Try Out the Grapher Actor Let's start with a simple example. 1) Connect a numeric input to 'value 1' input – you could use the output of a Mouse Watcher or a Wave Generator actor to give this actor a try. 2) Connect the 'video out' to a projector and Show Stages to see the graphed output. You'll see that the value received at 'value 1' is being drawn on to the graph, and that the graph slides to the right as time passes, as you might see on a heart monitor or chart recorder.   Set the Vertical Range: The vertical range for the graph is set by the 'range min' and 'range max' inputs, which default to -100 and +100. If you're using the Mouse Watcher, you'd want to set 'range min' to 0 so that Grapher's range matches the range of the Mouse Watcher. If the value you are receiving is small (e.g., -0.1 to +0.1) then you'd want to use those values for 'range min' and 'range max' so that the representation of the signal fills the entire graph vertically.   Set the Time Scale: The amount of time represented by the entire width of the graph is set by the 'time scale input, which is given in seconds. If you want to see the last 20 seconds of data in the output, set this input to 20.   Working with Multiple Values: If you want to graph multiple values: 1) Set the 'values' input to the number of values you require. 2) Additional 'value' inputs to which you can connect other values will appear below 'value 1' 3) You will see a line for each 'value' input drawn in graph. To see this in action, set 'values' to 2 and connect the two outputs of a Mouse Watcher to the 'value 1' and 'value 2' inputs. Usually, when you are graphing multiple values, you'll want to set the 'color min' and 'color max' inputs to two different colors so each line in the graph will be a different color. For the greatest variation, pure red and pure blue are a good choice for these inputs. If you do this, the first line in the graph will be red, the last line will be blue, and the lines in between will show equally spaced colors between 'min color' and 'max color'.   Other Parameters: The 'line size' controls the size of the lines drawn in the graph, while the 'grid lines' and 'grid size' inputs allow you to draw equally spaced divisions on the horizontal axis. The 'width' and 'height' inputs determine the resolution of the output image, which is usually sent to a Projector actor but can be passed to any Isadora actor that accepts video input. You can enter any values you like here to control the aspect ratio and resolution of the output graph. We've found the default 1280 x 720 work quite well.

IzzySun

IzzySun allows you to calculate the time that a sun/moon related event is happening at a certain location. Perfect for installation artist/performance artist that needs a certain event to happen every single day at Sunset. For more information please visit the forum topic here : https://community.troikatronix.com/topic/6326/izzysun If you need any help, feel free to send me an e-mail at hello[at]juriaan.me or by posting on the above forum topic

JSON Parser / JSON Bundler

These two actors allow you to parse or create data encapsulated in the JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) data interchange format. The JSON Parser allows you to access the individual elements of a JSON text string. The JSON Bundler bundles one or more numbers or text strings into a valid JSON text string. You can create more complex data structures by feeding one JSON Bundler actor into another. For details on how to use these actors, please refer to our knowledge base article.

Jump By Name

Jumps to the first scene whose name begins with the specified text. This actor searches from the beginning of the scene list and jumps to the first matching scene, or does not jump if no matching scene is found. A match is defined as the search text matching the first characters of a scene name. Strange behaviours will occur if this property contains the delimiter character in it.   This actor was created by Benoît Vogel and Mark compiled it for 64 bit.

Live Drawing Example

A simple example of how to use the Live Drawing actor.

Loop movie

This user actor allows you to loop movie on fly and change it as you want with keyboard or touch osc : Play : spacebar Pause : p Stop : s loop start : I (choose the first point of loop) loop end : o (choose the final point of loop) loop all movie : a (release first and final point of loop to continue playing movie) loop enable on : l (active loop enable - who is active by default) loop enable of : n (if you want to read a part of movie or all the movie and automatically stop it) You have two layer for touch osc for all this control (for iPad and iPhone) including volume of movie. you have a loop movie.izz to have the stream setup for touchosc.

MidiLearn

The midiLearn user actor locks to the first midi signal coming in and shows on the output side what type (control, note on/off) was triggered. In January 2010 Graham Thorne (aka Skulpture) started with the first MidiLearn actor that simply took the first note ON and locked it to that note. This encouraged me and I expanded its features with a reset function, control detection, switching between note ON and OFF etc. We both hope you have fun with it.

Monokai

Monokai is a modern Isadora 3.x theme inspired on the Monokai Theme of modern code editors. Designed by Juriaan Gregor. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments or send me an email at hello[at]juriaan.me

NDI Watcher

The NDI Watcher actor uses NewTek's NDI video streaming technology to allow you to receive NDI video streams broadcast from other computers or devices. This actor is in public beta. There may be bugs that affect performance and/or lead to crashes. Because of this, we do not recommend using this actor for public performances or installations. If you do choose to use this beta version for such performances, you do so at your own risk. Installation Follow the instructions in the file Installation Instructions.rtf NDI 4 vs. NDI 3 Isadora 3.0.7 (only available to official beta testers at this time) and later will use NDI v4, while Isadora 3.0.6 and before uses NDI v3. Because of this, two versions of the plugin are given in this distribution. Take care to install the correct version of the plugin for your version of Isadora, otherwise the plugin will not function or may not appear in Isadora at all. The name of the plugin shown in Isadora makes it clear which version of the plugin you are using. It will be called NDI 4 Watcher for NDI 4 version, and NDI 3 Watcher for the NDI 3 version. You cannot have both versions of the NDI Watcher plugin installed at the same time! Usage Instructions: Add the actor to the scene, and click in the value box to the left of 'ndi source'. A popup menu with the currently available NDI servers will appear. Select the NDI server you wish to receive Connect the 'video' output to the desired destination actor. Known Limitations Because the NDI 3 Watcher (required for Isadora 3.0.6 and earlier) uses NDI 3, it cannot receive from the NDI Camera app for iOS. NDI Best Practices NDI is a great technology, but it can't work miracles: sending video requires both bandwidth and a very fast connection. You simply can't expect to send full resolution HD video on a shared WiFi connection clogged by others! Follow these best practices to get the best results with the NDI on a network. Whenever Possible, Use a Hardwired Gigabit Ethernet Network To transmit full bandwidth, low latency video using NDI generally requires a hardwired gigabit Ethernet network. Using anything less than this can give less than poor results. If You Must Use WiFi, Get a Dedicated Router If you must use WiFi, then please work with a WiFi router dedicated to allowing NDI devices to communicate. Attempting to use NDI on a university or other public network that is filled with other people's data is a recipe for disaster. If you plan to use WiFi for NDI, get an inexpensive WiFi router and leave it disconnected from the Internet; even when not online, the router will allow your computer and other NDI sources or destinations to communicate.

OpenNi Line Puppet

Line Puppet for OpenNI Tracker A Skeleton Decoder action figure that uses multiple '3D Lines'. Paired with the OpenNI Tracker module, Line Puppet provides a modifiable figure that moves with depth camera skeleton tracking data. The figure is constructed in two halves with colour and line size parameters. Set the OpenNI Tracker parameter for 'skeleton scale' to 'cm' for expected scaling.

OpenNI Tracker

The OpenNI Tracker allows Isadora to capture a depth map image, and to do body/skeleton tracking, using depth map cameras like the Kinect v1, Orbbec Astra and Intel Realsense.   Public Beta This actor is in public beta. There may be bugs that affect performance and/or lead to crashes. Because of this, we do not recommend using this actor for public performances or installations. If you do choose to use this beta version for such performances, you do so at your own risk.   Compatible Cameras This plugin is currently compatible with the Kinect v2 (Kinect for Xbox One) , Kinect v1 (Kinect for Xbox 360, Models 1414 and 1473), the Orbbec Astra, and the Intel Realsense D435.   Download the File for Your Platform Here Because there are separate files files for Mac or Windows, you can't use the download arrow on the right. Instead, you need to download the files using the links below. Download OpenNI Tracker for macOS Download OpenNI Tracker for Windows   Important: Read the "Read Me" Files! Two "read me" files are included with this download. Everyone must read the file called "READ ME - Installing the Tracker Plugins.rtf". If you are using an Orbbec Astra, you must also read "READ ME - Installing the Tracker Plugins.rtf"

OpenNI Tracker Tutorial

This tutorial file (for Isadora 3.0.7 or later) is a companion to our OpenNI Tracker plugin. It is designed to introduce you to the most important features of this plugin so that you can quickly get started tracking bodies in Isadora.   Before running this tutorial, you must download and install the OpenNI Tracker plugin. You can get the plugin here: https://troikatronix.com/plugin/openni-tracker/   Once the plugins are installed, just open the openni-tracker-tutorial.izz file in Isadora and follow the instructions that appear on Isadora's stage.  

Pay me Actor

This is a funny but somehtimes usefull User actor: Sometimes you help people out and write a quick and dirty patch for free so they can test there idea. But you don't want them to tour with it and earn money from your work. Than this actor is perfect. After a set time on all the screens a text will appear. If they still want to use it they will have to contact you to get rid of it.

Projector mapping Touch OSC

This user actor is for mapping a rectangle with touch osc. You could adjust 4 Rectangle Point (offset x and y) and reset it. Inside the .zip you have : the user actor one .izz to test it and have the correct stream setup two layer for touch osc (One for iPad and one for iPhone)

PTZ Camera Control

These user actors are for use with the PTZOptics PT20X-SDI-G2 camera (and other cameras that use the VISCA protocol). Control is done through commands based on VISCA protocol through TCP / IP. If you use another form of communication (RS-232, RS-485 e.g.) the sent commands do not change. The PTZ control of the camera is done through an HID compatible arcade joystick (you can use whatever you want but it has to be HID) and you will have to configure the ports in Isadora to correspond with the functions.

Rutt-Etra FOR ISADORA 2

Please Donate if You Use This Plugin!   This emulation of the legendary Rutt/Etra Video hardware video synthesizer would not exist except for the creativity of Bill Etra, who passed away in 2016.  He was survived by his partner Roz who is disabled, lives on fixed income, has no surviving family to help her. (Learn more about Bill and his partner Roz's story  here.) But, right now, you can make a difference in Roz's life by making a donation to help support her via the donate button below maintained by the plugin's creator Vade. Please contribute to the memory of a true pioneer.   The v002 Rutt-Etra plugin by Vade is an emulation of the legendary Rutt/Etra Video hardware video synthesizer created by Bill Etra and Steve Rutt. It modulates the scanlines or points that make up an video stream based on the brightness of the source or of another video stream. The results are beautifullly complex as was the original Rutt Etra. Here's an example of an eye modulated by the Rutt Etra plugin.     There are quite a few inputs on this plugin, and you should make sure to experiment with them all. But the most important when you're beginning are as follows:   • draw-mode: controls the method used to draw the modulated image. • z-extrude: the distanec that the scanlines or points that make up the the original will be modulated based on the brightness of the displace image. (If no video stream is coneccted to the displace input, then the source image is used to displace itself) • z-translate:  How the image is translated towards or away from the 3D camera along the z-axis. The  z-translate should generally be negative; otherwise you may not see the image. If you don't see an image, the first thing to try is to make the z-translate more negative. • wire frame size: The thickness of the scanlines or points used to render the final image.   Installing   • This is a 64-bit plugin for Isadora 3 only. You can get the Isadora 2 version by clicking here. • Unzip the download and open the folder for your platform (i.e., Macintosh or Windows) • Choose Help > Open Plugin Folder > TroikaTronix Actor Plugins to open the external plugins folder on your computer. • Drag the plugin to the TroikaTronix Actor Plugins folder opened above • Restart Isadora 3 The source code for this plugin can be found on GitHub.

Rutt-Etra FOR ISADORA 3

Please Donate if You Use This Plugin!   This emulation of the legendary Rutt/Etra Video hardware video synthesizer would not exist except for the creativity of Bill Etra, who passed away in 2016.  He was survived by his partner Roz who is disabled, lives on fixed income, has no surviving family to help her. (Learn more about Bill and his partner Roz's story  here.) But, right now, you can make a difference in Roz's life by making a donation to help support her via the donate button below maintained by the plugin's creator Vade. Please contribute to the memory of a true pioneer.   The v002 Rutt-Etra plugin by Vade is an emulation of the legendary Rutt/Etra Video hardware video synthesizer created by Bill Etra and Steve Rutt. It modulates the scanlines or points that make up an video stream based on the brightness of the source or of another video stream. The results are beautifullly complex as was the original Rutt Etra. Here's an example of an eye modulated by the Rutt Etra plugin.     There are quite a few inputs on this plugin, and you should make sure to experiment with them all. But the most important when you're beginning are as follows:   • draw-mode: controls the method used to draw the modulated image. • z-extrude: the distanec that the scanlines or points that make up the the original will be modulated based on the brightness of the displace image. (If no video stream is coneccted to the displace input, then the source image is used to displace itself) • z-translate:  How the image is translated towards or away from the 3D camera along the z-axis. The  z-translate should generally be negative; otherwise you may not see the image. If you don't see an image, the first thing to try is to make the z-translate more negative. • wire frame size: The thickness of the scanlines or points used to render the final image.   Installing   • This is a 64-bit plugin for Isadora 3 only. You can get the Isadora 2 version by clicking here. • Unzip the download and open the folder for your platform (i.e., Macintosh or Windows) • Choose Help > Open Plugin Folder > TroikaTronix Actor Plugins to open the external plugins folder on your computer. • Drag the plugin to the TroikaTronix Actor Plugins folder opened above • Restart Isadora 3 The source code for this plugin can be found on GitHub.

sample and hold

A simple user actor that holds a changing value for a desired amount of time and then udpates the output value with the newest value.

Screen Capture (Public Alpha)

The Screen Capture actor will capture the video image from a display or a window and bring it into Isadora as standard video stream. Simply choose the display or window you want to capture, and a a live capture of that area of the display will appear at the video output. To support users creating remote performances due to the coronavirus pandemic, we have released this plugin as a public ALPHA: This means the plugin is largely untested, and that there are likely to be bugs that affect performance and/or lead to crashes. Because of this, we do not recommend using this actor for mission critical performances or installations. If you do choose to use this alpha version for such performances, you do so at your own risk. Instructions / Getting Help Our online mini-tutorial will tell you what you need to know to get up and running with this actor. You can also refer to the integrated help for more information. Hover your cursor over any input or output, or the actor itself, and look in the Help View at the bottom right for further information. If you need additional assistance using this actor, try asking for help in the TroikaTronix Forum. Our team and our community of users are ready to help. Bug Reports if you find a bug, please let us know by opening a support ticket. Known Limitations On Windows computers with dual GPUs, you may be able capture from the internal laptop display but not the external displays or vice-versa. This is a limitation of the system that Windows offers to perform screen capture found not only in this actor, but in major software like OBS (Open Broadcasting System). We are investigating to see if there is a solution to this issue.

Send PJLink

The Send PJLink actor allows you to send commands to a projector using the industry standard PJLink protocol.   Using this plugin you can turn the projector on or off, close or open it's shutter and more. The most popular commands are listed in the 'command' input popup menu (right click the input to see the popup). For more unusual commands, you can set the command input to 'custom' and enter the PJLink command of your choice into the 'custom cmd' input.   For complete instructions, please visit our Knowledge Base article Using the Send PJLink Actor.

Simple Stage coordinate (0-100)

The name is the program. Key 'c' (can be changed) to show/hide adapts its size to the given stage

slideshow

This patch plays a slideshow with a selection of pictures of the media bin. The pictures are scaled to fit best into the output window (preserving the aspect). The transition between the pics is a crossfade. Inputs: first pic, last pic, pic time, crossfade time, run/stop, restart outputs: video out, pic count, loop end

Sound to shape

An actor that uses the chosen sound-in to change the height of 4 rectangular blocks. Make sure you select the Sound Frequency Analysis option in the Sound Input settings of Live Capture.

Syphon Virtual Webcam

Syphon Virtual Webcam is a free macOS app that receives video from any Syphon capable app and routes it to a virtual web cam, allowing apps that don't offer Syphon input to receive a Syphon video signal. To use Syphon Virtual Webcam, simply install the application and double-click it. The first time you use it, you'll be guided to download an open source virtual webcam driver created for OBS (Open Broadcasting System). After that, simply: Ensure your Syphon source is running. Select your Syphon source using the popup menu in the main window. Start the app that will receive a signal from the virtual webcam Choose "OBS Virtual Camera" as the webcam source Click the "Mirror" checkbox if you need to flip the image horizontally. If you don't see "OBS Virtual Webcam" in the list of webcams, then your app may not be compatible with virtual webcams. Check the list of applications compatible with OBS Virtual Webcam. We have a short video tutorial that takes you through the entire process. The full source code is available on our GitHub page.  

TimerTool

Start a timer or a countdown? Want to see your movie position in seconds? TimerTool outputs your movie position in seconds and shows it as video or number, you can choose to show the time passed or the time left of the movie. Or just start a timer with a trigger and output it as movie or number, or do the opposite type in a number in seconds to start a countdown.

Traktor Pro 3 – DJ Sync

This actor takes MIDI data from native Instruments Traktor Pro 3 software and converts it into a number piece of useful information, such as tap tempo, mixer x-fade position, track volume positions, filter position and dry/wet master position. It uses the 'Real-Time Watcher' actor to take a 'beat' from the DJ software. You need to enable MIDI in on Port 1 (or change it if required) Tutorial here: https://youtu.be/WmmmnTKdPNk Note: This does require a manual set up at the Dj software end. Please contact me for help if you need help.

TT FFGL FOR ISADORA 2 & 3

A nice set of freeframeGL effects created by TroikaTronix. FFGLAlphaToRGB FFGLGradient FFGLHeat FFGLPanSpinZoom FFGLSlider FFGLTile FFGLTime Please read the instructions that come with the download!

TT GLSL Shaders FOR ISADORA 2 & 3

A nice set of glsl shader effects created by TroikaTronix. TT Color Bands TT Dots TT Edge Blend TT Edge Detect TT Emboss TT False Color TT Gamma TT Grid Chopper TT Grid Warp TT Highlights And Shadows TT LaPlacian Emboss TT Monochrome TT Pixellate TT Polka Dot TT Psycho Colors TT RGB Modulation TT SCE Adjust TT Sharpen TT Sliding Gradient TT Solarize TT Sorbel Edge Detection TT TV Lines TT Vignette TT White Balance TT XY Luma Gradient

Two Point Bezier Shape

A GLSL actor that provides the X and Y uniform variables for a Bezier shape along two points on a diagonal. Original bezier function by Golan Levin and Collaborators. http://www.flong.com/texts/code/shapers_bez/ Original Author @kyndinfo - 2016. Cubic Bezier through two points. http://www.kynd.info Available at https://thebookofshaders.com/examples/?chapter=05 Adapted for Isadora by Bonemap 2020

Visualization blob target

Show on the stage the chosen proximity zone for the Blob Target Actor. Please select position and size in this actor and connect it to the Blob Target Actor to transfer these value. (see picture) You must use one actor for every target. Key 'h' (can be changed) to hide/show the zones. You can choose a different color for every zone. DO NOT FORGET to set the size of the monitor in Eyes (column, row) or Eyes++ (h res, v res) according to the stage ratio.

Visualization Tracking zone

Set and visualize on the chosen stage a rectangle as a tracking zone. Output is 1 for inside the zone, 0 outside. You can hide/show the zone with the key 'h' (can be changed) when the zones are visible, as help for tracking , the zone will highlight ( value of "intensity over") if an object is inside. You can choose an other color for every zone. DO NOT FORGET to set the size of the monitor in Eyes (column, row) or Eyes++ (h res, v res) according to the stage ratio.

Syphon Virtual Webcam

Syphon Virtual Webcam is a free macOS app that receives video from any Syphon capable app and routes it to a virtual web cam, allowing apps that don't offer Syphon input to receive a Syphon video signal. To use Syphon Virtual Webcam, simply install the application and double-click it. The first time you use it, you'll be guided to download an open source virtual webcam driver created for OBS (Open Broadcasting System). After that, simply: Ensure your Syphon source is running. Select your Syphon source using the popup menu in the main window. Start the app that will receive a signal from the virtual webcam Choose "OBS Virtual Camera" as the webcam source Click the "Mirror" checkbox if you need to flip the image horizontally. If you don't see "OBS Virtual Webcam" in the list of webcams, then your app may not be compatible with virtual webcams. Check the list of applications compatible with OBS Virtual Webcam. We have a short video tutorial that takes you through the entire process. The full source code is available on our GitHub page.  

JSON Parser / JSON Bundler

These two actors allow you to parse or create data encapsulated in the JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) data interchange format. The JSON Parser allows you to access the individual elements of a JSON text string. The JSON Bundler bundles one or more numbers or text strings into a valid JSON text string. You can create more complex data structures by feeding one JSON Bundler actor into another. For details on how to use these actors, please refer to our knowledge base article.

Circular Path by bonemap

Bonemap's Circular Path is an Isadora 3 user actor that provides the X and Y (vertical and Horizontal) coordinates to describe a circular path. The parameters include Reverse, Radius and Rotation Frequency. There is also an example patch that demonstrates the user actor.

Countdown to Date

You can select any date in the future and start a countdown in days, hours ,minutes and seconds or in years, days, hours, minutes and seconds. This user actor was made with JavaScript.

Pay me Actor

This is a funny but somehtimes usefull User actor: Sometimes you help people out and write a quick and dirty patch for free so they can test there idea. But you don't want them to tour with it and earn money from your work. Than this actor is perfect. After a set time on all the screens a text will appear. If they still want to use it they will have to contact you to get rid of it.

OpenNi Line Puppet

Line Puppet for OpenNI Tracker A Skeleton Decoder action figure that uses multiple '3D Lines'. Paired with the OpenNI Tracker module, Line Puppet provides a modifiable figure that moves with depth camera skeleton tracking data. The figure is constructed in two halves with colour and line size parameters. Set the OpenNI Tracker parameter for 'skeleton scale' to 'cm' for expected scaling.

DX – Korg nanoKontrol2

This user actor is the simplest way to use a Korg nanoKontrol2 midi controller with Isadora. Works with the default midi mapping that comes pre-installed on the controller. Features: - Full access to every knob, slider, and set of buttons. - 2 way communication allows the use of the built-in LED button lighting. Setup: - Place the user actor in your Isadora scene. - Set the 'port IN' and 'port OUT' inputs of the user actor to the Midi ports you wish to use. - Setup Isadora to use the same ports. Open Midi Setup and set the corresponding I/O port numbers to interface the Korg nanoKontrol2

TimerTool

Start a timer or a countdown? Want to see your movie position in seconds? TimerTool outputs your movie position in seconds and shows it as video or number, you can choose to show the time passed or the time left of the movie. Or just start a timer with a trigger and output it as movie or number, or do the opposite type in a number in seconds to start a countdown.

OpenNI Tracker Tutorial

This tutorial file (for Isadora 3.0.7 or later) is a companion to our OpenNI Tracker plugin. It is designed to introduce you to the most important features of this plugin so that you can quickly get started tracking bodies in Isadora.   Before running this tutorial, you must download and install the OpenNI Tracker plugin. You can get the plugin here: https://troikatronix.com/plugin/openni-tracker/   Once the plugins are installed, just open the openni-tracker-tutorial.izz file in Isadora and follow the instructions that appear on Isadora's stage.  

MidiLearn

The midiLearn user actor locks to the first midi signal coming in and shows on the output side what type (control, note on/off) was triggered. In January 2010 Graham Thorne (aka Skulpture) started with the first MidiLearn actor that simply took the first note ON and locked it to that note. This encouraged me and I expanded its features with a reset function, control detection, switching between note ON and OFF etc. We both hope you have fun with it.

ArtNet 64bit

64bit plugin for Isadora 3 These two plugins allow you to send and receive ArtNet (DMX over Ethernet). Instructions - Download the plugins (both MacOS and Windows versions are included). - In Isadora v2.6 or later, choose Help > Open Plugin Folder > TroikaTronix Actor Plugins to open the external plugins folder on your computer. - Open the folder for your platform, either Macintosh or Windows, for 64bit plugins (Isadora 3 only!) • On MacOS, the path for 64bit plugins is: /Library/Application Support/TroikaTronix/IsadoraPlugins_x64 • On Windows, the path for 64bit plugins is: C:\Program Files\Common Files\TroikaTronix\Isadora Plugins - Drag the contents into the plugins folder you opened above. - Restart Isadora 3. - If you are interested in controlling LED strips via ArtNet, please see this tutorial.

DX – morph Color

A simple but fun User Actor that RGB fades the output color into the input color. It features a switch for excluding the alpha value from the fade in cases where you want a consistent opacity. Use the 'smoothing' input to adjust how quickly the RGB fade occurs. 0 = instant, 1= never (default 0.95)

DX – Live10

Live 10 offers a flat-dark Ableton 10 inspired UI. Actor links are made more high contrast when selected to help with complex patching.

DX – graphicPlacer-ZoomCalc

Very useful for outputting graphics at actual size by setting the Projectors zoom to match the size of the image in relation to the target stage. eg: place a small image on a large stage without it being scaled to match, and animate its position with the position inputs of the Projector. The image shows a 256 x 256 pixel image being placed on a 480 x 270 pixel stage. For pixel perfect scaling the zoom needs to be set to 94.8148

Loop movie

This user actor allows you to loop movie on fly and change it as you want with keyboard or touch osc : Play : spacebar Pause : p Stop : s loop start : I (choose the first point of loop) loop end : o (choose the final point of loop) loop all movie : a (release first and final point of loop to continue playing movie) loop enable on : l (active loop enable - who is active by default) loop enable of : n (if you want to read a part of movie or all the movie and automatically stop it) You have two layer for touch osc for all this control (for iPad and iPhone) including volume of movie. you have a loop movie.izz to have the stream setup for touchosc.

Countdown to Date

You can select any date in the future and start a countdown in days, hours ,minutes and seconds or in years, days, hours, minutes and seconds. This user actor was made with JavaScript.

MidiLearn

The midiLearn user actor locks to the first midi signal coming in and shows on the output side what type (control, note on/off) was triggered. In January 2010 Graham Thorne (aka Skulpture) started with the first MidiLearn actor that simply took the first note ON and locked it to that note. This encouraged me and I expanded its features with a reset function, control detection, switching between note ON and OFF etc. We both hope you have fun with it.

OpenNI Tracker

The OpenNI Tracker allows Isadora to capture a depth map image, and to do body/skeleton tracking, using depth map cameras like the Kinect v1, Orbbec Astra and Intel Realsense.   Public Beta This actor is in public beta. There may be bugs that affect performance and/or lead to crashes. Because of this, we do not recommend using this actor for public performances or installations. If you do choose to use this beta version for such performances, you do so at your own risk.   Compatible Cameras This plugin is currently compatible with the Kinect v2 (Kinect for Xbox One) , Kinect v1 (Kinect for Xbox 360, Models 1414 and 1473), the Orbbec Astra, and the Intel Realsense D435.   Download the File for Your Platform Here Because there are separate files files for Mac or Windows, you can't use the download arrow on the right. Instead, you need to download the files using the links below. Download OpenNI Tracker for macOS Download OpenNI Tracker for Windows   Important: Read the "Read Me" Files! Two "read me" files are included with this download. Everyone must read the file called "READ ME - Installing the Tracker Plugins.rtf". If you are using an Orbbec Astra, you must also read "READ ME - Installing the Tracker Plugins.rtf"

NDI Watcher

The NDI Watcher actor uses NewTek's NDI video streaming technology to allow you to receive NDI video streams broadcast from other computers or devices. This actor is in public beta. There may be bugs that affect performance and/or lead to crashes. Because of this, we do not recommend using this actor for public performances or installations. If you do choose to use this beta version for such performances, you do so at your own risk. Installation Follow the instructions in the file Installation Instructions.rtf NDI 4 vs. NDI 3 Isadora 3.0.7 (only available to official beta testers at this time) and later will use NDI v4, while Isadora 3.0.6 and before uses NDI v3. Because of this, two versions of the plugin are given in this distribution. Take care to install the correct version of the plugin for your version of Isadora, otherwise the plugin will not function or may not appear in Isadora at all. The name of the plugin shown in Isadora makes it clear which version of the plugin you are using. It will be called NDI 4 Watcher for NDI 4 version, and NDI 3 Watcher for the NDI 3 version. You cannot have both versions of the NDI Watcher plugin installed at the same time! Usage Instructions: Add the actor to the scene, and click in the value box to the left of 'ndi source'. A popup menu with the currently available NDI servers will appear. Select the NDI server you wish to receive Connect the 'video' output to the desired destination actor. Known Limitations Because the NDI 3 Watcher (required for Isadora 3.0.6 and earlier) uses NDI 3, it cannot receive from the NDI Camera app for iOS. NDI Best Practices NDI is a great technology, but it can't work miracles: sending video requires both bandwidth and a very fast connection. You simply can't expect to send full resolution HD video on a shared WiFi connection clogged by others! Follow these best practices to get the best results with the NDI on a network. Whenever Possible, Use a Hardwired Gigabit Ethernet Network To transmit full bandwidth, low latency video using NDI generally requires a hardwired gigabit Ethernet network. Using anything less than this can give less than poor results. If You Must Use WiFi, Get a Dedicated Router If you must use WiFi, then please work with a WiFi router dedicated to allowing NDI devices to communicate. Attempting to use NDI on a university or other public network that is filled with other people's data is a recipe for disaster. If you plan to use WiFi for NDI, get an inexpensive WiFi router and leave it disconnected from the Internet; even when not online, the router will allow your computer and other NDI sources or destinations to communicate.

Rutt-Etra FOR ISADORA 3

Please Donate if You Use This Plugin!   This emulation of the legendary Rutt/Etra Video hardware video synthesizer would not exist except for the creativity of Bill Etra, who passed away in 2016.  He was survived by his partner Roz who is disabled, lives on fixed income, has no surviving family to help her. (Learn more about Bill and his partner Roz's story  here.) But, right now, you can make a difference in Roz's life by making a donation to help support her via the donate button below maintained by the plugin's creator Vade. Please contribute to the memory of a true pioneer.   The v002 Rutt-Etra plugin by Vade is an emulation of the legendary Rutt/Etra Video hardware video synthesizer created by Bill Etra and Steve Rutt. It modulates the scanlines or points that make up an video stream based on the brightness of the source or of another video stream. The results are beautifullly complex as was the original Rutt Etra. Here's an example of an eye modulated by the Rutt Etra plugin.     There are quite a few inputs on this plugin, and you should make sure to experiment with them all. But the most important when you're beginning are as follows:   • draw-mode: controls the method used to draw the modulated image. • z-extrude: the distanec that the scanlines or points that make up the the original will be modulated based on the brightness of the displace image. (If no video stream is coneccted to the displace input, then the source image is used to displace itself) • z-translate:  How the image is translated towards or away from the 3D camera along the z-axis. The  z-translate should generally be negative; otherwise you may not see the image. If you don't see an image, the first thing to try is to make the z-translate more negative. • wire frame size: The thickness of the scanlines or points used to render the final image.   Installing   • This is a 64-bit plugin for Isadora 3 only. You can get the Isadora 2 version by clicking here. • Unzip the download and open the folder for your platform (i.e., Macintosh or Windows) • Choose Help > Open Plugin Folder > TroikaTronix Actor Plugins to open the external plugins folder on your computer. • Drag the plugin to the TroikaTronix Actor Plugins folder opened above • Restart Isadora 3 The source code for this plugin can be found on GitHub.

Jump By Name

Jumps to the first scene whose name begins with the specified text. This actor searches from the beginning of the scene list and jumps to the first matching scene, or does not jump if no matching scene is found. A match is defined as the search text matching the first characters of a scene name. Strange behaviours will occur if this property contains the delimiter character in it.   This actor was created by Benoît Vogel and Mark compiled it for 64 bit.

Send PJLink

The Send PJLink actor allows you to send commands to a projector using the industry standard PJLink protocol.   Using this plugin you can turn the projector on or off, close or open it's shutter and more. The most popular commands are listed in the 'command' input popup menu (right click the input to see the popup). For more unusual commands, you can set the command input to 'custom' and enter the PJLink command of your choice into the 'custom cmd' input.   For complete instructions, please visit our Knowledge Base article Using the Send PJLink Actor.

TT FFGL FOR ISADORA 2 & 3

A nice set of freeframeGL effects created by TroikaTronix. FFGLAlphaToRGB FFGLGradient FFGLHeat FFGLPanSpinZoom FFGLSlider FFGLTile FFGLTime Please read the instructions that come with the download!

TT GLSL Shaders FOR ISADORA 2 & 3

A nice set of glsl shader effects created by TroikaTronix. TT Color Bands TT Dots TT Edge Blend TT Edge Detect TT Emboss TT False Color TT Gamma TT Grid Chopper TT Grid Warp TT Highlights And Shadows TT LaPlacian Emboss TT Monochrome TT Pixellate TT Polka Dot TT Psycho Colors TT RGB Modulation TT SCE Adjust TT Sharpen TT Sliding Gradient TT Solarize TT Sorbel Edge Detection TT TV Lines TT Vignette TT White Balance TT XY Luma Gradient

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