These two Wipe Transition User Actors allow you to feed in two video sources and then transition from one source to the other (and back) with a wipe transition from the left, right, top, bottom, or any combination of those four directions.
I’ve included a simple example patch that shows how this can be used to space three shapes easily and adjust them all as a group.
Mouse Control of 3D Particles
The first Scene of this patch is a cool, simple demonstration of how to use your computer mouse to control 3D particles in Isadora. The next few Scenes take this concept and run with it, playing with color, size, replication, and video effects. There are two scenes at the end of the patch that are more complex. The second-to-last scene lets you click on a location on the Stage to create fireworks, and/or generate fireworks randomly, and/or change a number of different variables about the fireworks. The last scene uses a 3D Particles actor with some flip actors and a Get Stage Image actor to create a feedback loop that lets you do aesthetically pleasing, semi-random digital drawings.
Basics of NDI Input and Output
This is a very simple file that explains the very basics of using NDI with Isadora; how to output NDI from Isadora’s Stage Setup and how to pull in NDI using Isadora’s NDI Watcher actor.
Note: Before working with this patch you’ll want to download and install the official TroikaTronix NDI Watcher actor: https://troikatronix.com/add-ons/ndi-watcher/
Rainbow Difference Trails
In this mini-tutorial, you’ll learn how to use the Difference actor to add psychedelic rainbow motion blur trails to a live video feed.
List Selector Control : example file
Isadora 3.2 introduced a powerful new control called the List Selector that allows you to select items from a dynamically populated list.
This example files both walks you through the basics of using this new control and supplies tools for creating advanced setups more easily.
A Quick-start mini-tutorial that takes a look at this example file is available on Youtube.