VMX VJ scratch Module
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    VMX VJ scratch Module

    by boris » Fri Mar 02, 2007 4:54 am

    A new Module for the VMX VJ usb midi controller is on the online library !

    more info about VMX VJ -> www.codanova.com
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    by VJnutcracker » Fri Mar 02, 2007 10:53 am

    That works perfectly, thanks Boris.
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    by LeCollagiste » Sat Mar 03, 2007 12:08 am

    Yes very good, Thx Boris 8)
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    by boris » Sat Mar 03, 2007 5:32 am

    VMX VJ scratch (beta2) is online !
    I added the relative increment (relative to the speed of the JOG)
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    by datagrama » Mon Aug 20, 2007 3:36 am

    Sorry for the lame question . but where is the online library? Where can i download this module for scracth in VMX VJ ??

    By the way, Are there any similar files to apply sracth to others softwares, like resolume, etc.?
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    by sigmasix » Mon Aug 20, 2007 8:59 am

    RTFM

    if you want a similar thing for an other software, don't ask here, why would we know?
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    by VJnutcracker » Mon Aug 20, 2007 11:16 am

    Online library can be found in modul 8, under MODULES/ONLINE LIBRARY

    Asking about other software on another softwares forum is not going to get you the answer you need, try asking on www.resolume.com

    Great support there sigma, remind me to not ask you a question on a Monday

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    by sigmasix » Mon Aug 20, 2007 5:01 pm

    yep, sorry... i'm a bit bored about people that don't even try to find by themselves... and as i'm not part of the modul8 team i can be rude :twisted: :roll:
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    by datagrama » Tue Aug 21, 2007 7:07 pm

    As i said already, modul8 is for sure my favorite application for live performances. Im giving a workshop next week of Edirol V4, modul8 and VMX VJ and receive some mails asking if is possible to show resolume and vmx vj, tahts why the question, and to be honest i passed to a lot of foruns, including the VMX, garage cube, etc. and when i made that question didn't have the zoom out to figure out i was introducing the anti crhist directly in the main source. Sorry for that! All the best to this fantastic crew and project.
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    by datagrama » Tue Aug 21, 2007 7:15 pm

    And Sigma, the crew i was refering, i think its mutch more wide thant the modul8 bussiness and addicts, so in order to help eachother with online foruns and similar services i guess they are mutch more interessanting if we have an open mind and free will !! Its time to free your Willy Sigma!
    Cheers
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    by VJnutcracker » Wed Aug 22, 2007 11:15 pm

    consider yourself scolded sigma :lol:

    Datagrama - i see your point, and you've seen my post, but i do agree with Sigma that asking software forum x about software y is going to get peoples backs up a bit,especially as the developers frequent the forum, try asking which is the best apple mac to get on a vista forum and watch the replies you get.


    My vj colleague Mr Normal uses a VMX with Resolume very sucessfully, he is a registered user on vjforums.com, you could always ask him how he does it.
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    by datagrama » Fri Aug 31, 2007 12:58 am

    Sigma and mr Nut, we play in the same team! VMX and modul8 is for sure the most interesting and complex method of live performance with comercial tools! The threedimensional layers and transformers brings us the most interesting results of live performances im seeing at the moment! There is no way to use vmx with resolume once u try with modul8.

    P.s: The scratch module for vmx vj is awesome! i didn't try it with a top apple machine, but i am sure i can manage to get scratch in video and audio as well synchronized!
    Really happy with the input audio and animations response!

    Please keep up the good work! i will post my vmx vj pimp with modul8 as soon as possible! and once again sorry for the first topic..my last wish is to damage somehow this crew! Sigma...very nice website and projects! Cheers!
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    by rola » Mon Jan 07, 2008 9:17 am

    Thanks boris so much.nice!
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    no idea, sorry

    by falter » Sun May 03, 2009 7:10 pm

    hi forum

    since one week I got a new cadonova VMX VJ :D I'm realy happy with this. I instaled the scratch module as well. But I can't map it... I can chose the buttons in the green mapping mode, but after this, what should happen? ...

    So can enybody tell me how it works (maybe step by step and specialy for this module)! Do I have to change sth on the hardware?


    thx a lot! falter
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    by mowgli_uk » Mon May 04, 2009 9:49 pm

    You don't need to map the jog wheels they are pre-mapped with the VMX scratch module. Just move the jog wheels and you'll be scratching the relevant layer.

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