PixelConduit 3.0.2 Build 800

Provides support for live video processing and more
PixelConduit - In the main window you can easily edit your projects.
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PixelConduit is a streamlined and straightforward OS X application that comes with the necessary tools to process and add effects to real time videos.

PixelConduit is able to apply real-time effects for multiple video inputs and provides support for using multiple full-screen video outputs.

PixelConduit offers support for video key-framing, batch rendering, capturing videos in HD quality and more. You can extend the app' functionality via add-ons.

NOTE: The free App Store version is not compatible with the Video Link and Render Automation add-ons and does not come with the stereo 3D toolkit (you can buy it via the in-app purchase function).

Main features:

  • Apply real-time effects to your videos
  • Capture video content from multiple sources
  • Output the processed data to multiple video outputs
  • Record high quality video content
  • Provides support for batch rendering

last updated on:
March 8th, 2013, 4:30 GMT
file size:
24.5 MB
developed by:
Pauli Olavi Ojala
license type:
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.6 or later
binary format:
Intel only
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PixelConduitPixelConduit - The 'Tools' menu allows you to enable the Show Stage Tools Info window, the Show Stage Tools Cue List window and more.PixelConduit - In the 'Project Settings' panel you can adjust the default render resolution and more.PixelConduitPixelConduit
What's New in This Release:
  • New node widget: MIDI Output. This node widget allows you to send controller data to a MIDI device. The input can be any values within the PixelConduit project.
  • New node widget: Convert Video Pixel To Value. This is like an eydropper tool: it “picks” a pixel value within the input image, and outputs number values that you can feed to other node widgets. For example, you could use the pixel value within a video to control the intensity of a visual effect, to drive a hardware controller (e.g. with MIDI Output), etc.
  • Many improvements and fixes to MIDI control in the Sliders and Controls window. There is now a log display in the Setup window that shows the received data from the device, which helps in troubleshooting MIDI problems.
  • Fixed issue with the Web Video Server node widget where the stream produced by the server would not view correctly in Safari 6 (and other browsers that use Mac’s built-in WebKit framework).
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