Hi Matthieu, thanks for your answer !Hi !
With with you call "the quad method", you can handle rotation or any situation, that the most versatile solution. Blending discrete output would be strange for a mapping software where you're not supposed to have projectors aligned precisely in front of a flat surface. Instead of that, MadMapper lets you do soft-edge between quad surfaces that handle perspective and mesh warping, so you can even do a soft-edge in a curve surface.
The tutorial uses a laptop with a Matrox TripleHead2Go, but anyway in MadMapper that's like if there were 3 projectors. You can use 6 projectors on a MacPro if you want without problem.
If you change media, you can change on all quads easiely: press Cmd + click on the media "assign" button (it assigns the media to ALL surfaces). OR: put all the quads that are soft-edged in a group, select the group, then pressing the "assign" media button will assign the media to all surfaces in this group.
However, if you use medias with different aspect ratio, you will have to activate the option "Force Media Ratio to 1:1" in Master tab.
Let me know if you have any issue.
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