Blender and Juicebar in Resolume
With a simple depth map (Z pass), you can create unlimited generative VJ visuals in Resolume. You only need to import a previously generated depth map into Resolume and apply the Juicebar DepthMask.
5 Obvious Tips for Resolume Users
This video tutorial includes some simple tips for getting smoother transitions between VJ clips and better synchronization between external audio and your VJ loops. For better BPM sync results, your video loops should include some action each second or half-second.Read more
How to Control Resolume via TouchOSC
Open Sound Control (OSC) is a faster and more versatile protocol than MIDI, in part because you are able to handle all your VJ Loops from any spot without cables, and messages are not just integers like in MIDI, allowing a smoother control; for these and other reasons OSC is increasingly becoming a new standard for musicians and VJs.Read more
Audio-Reactive VJ Visuals in Resolume
Resolume VJ Software comes with cool features, including the Sources' Generators; these will allow you to create audio-reactive and seamlessly loopable VJ visuals in a few seconds.Read more