MadMapper 1.2 Release Candidate 3
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    MadMapper 1.2 Release Candidate 3

    by garageRoot » Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:59 pm

    MadMapper 1.2 Release Candidate 3

    Today we are providing a limited release of MadMapper 1.2. This RC is available to all registered users of MadMapper. Use your serial number to access the download link on the yourpace page:

    http://www.madmapper.com/yourspace/

    Release Notes:

    New Features:
    - Surface Masks
    Masks can now be created on quads. Quads now have a built in mask option.

    Fixes:
    - Syphon media deselected when corresponding Syphon server stops
    - Arrow keys are relative to the rotation of the surface and not the screen
    - Project files can now be moved with or without the medias
    - Drag & Drop in the input view now adds the media and selects it
    - The surface inspector is automatically shown when a surface is selected


    If you experience any problems with this release please contact us at support [at] garagecube [dot] com. Please include your system profile and a detailed description of the problem.

    Note that this verison is for testing only and is not to be used in a production environment.

    Happy testing!

    MadMapper team
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    Re: MadMapper 1.2 Release Candidate 3

    by scaryxpuppy » Thu Mar 15, 2012 10:53 pm

    Brilliant, guys!!!

    The ability to MASK quads individually just makes life so much easier !!

    Many thanks

    Gonna be experimenting with this all night !

    Ta

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    Re: MadMapper 1.2 Release Candidate 3

    by te-c » Thu Mar 15, 2012 11:20 pm

    The mask function will help me a lot for my next project.
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    Re: MadMapper 1.2 Release Candidate 3

    by VjKg » Sat Mar 17, 2012 9:28 am

    I know we were told not to but I could not resist. The masking worked great for my gig tonight. Thanks guys! Keep up the great work.
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    Re: MadMapper 1.2 Release Candidate 3

    by sigmasix » Sat Mar 17, 2012 4:53 pm

    VjKg wrote:I know we were told not to but I could not resist. The masking worked great for my gig tonight. Thanks guys! Keep up the great work.


    you were told just so you can't complain if you have a crash during your show ;)
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    Re: MadMapper 1.2 Release Candidate 3

    by boris » Sat Mar 17, 2012 6:42 pm

    Happy to know ... :-)
    VjKg wrote:I know we were told not to but I could not resist. The masking worked great for my gig tonight. Thanks guys! Keep up the great work.
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    Re: MadMapper 1.2 Release Candidate 3

    by VjKg » Sun Mar 18, 2012 2:57 am

    sigmasix wrote:
    VjKg wrote:I know we were told not to but I could not resist. The masking worked great for my gig tonight. Thanks guys! Keep up the great work.


    you were told just so you can't complain if you have a crash during your show ;)


    I know. I did not intend to even use it but had this one layer with a live feed from the Kinect that had some spill because of a wall. I could have cropped in Modul8 but I had some layers underneath that would have needed cropping as well. I decided to roll the dice on an unpaid gig with 15 people in the audience. Everything worked great with my 35 layers.

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