Several features have been added to the canvas, so advanced mapping can be setup at this level.
First of all, the matrix soft-edge allows you to create seamless images out of projectors arranged in quad.
Warping and masks can be now appied directly on your canvas, so you do not need multiple canvases any more.
Lastly, curved outputs will help you when projection surfaces are not flat.
Remap many canvases to a specific output.
Or split a canvas into several outputs.
This feature has many use cases, such as monitoring canvases via NDI, duplicating projections, splitting a Blackmagic output, managing rotated displays, ...
To send specific signals (MIDI, OSC, DMX, ...), with specific values, on a specific moment of your show.
Such commands makes the data-tracks even more useful and easy to use.
PTZ is a protocol to control your camera, to rotate or adjust its zoom for example. Millumin can do so via NDI now.
The Blackmagic ATEM switcher can be controlled remotely as well.
The new 3D LUT effect allows you to apply some color grading.
The chroma-key helps you to remove a green background.
Lastly, the skeleton-tracker & person-detector are finding people in an image (Apple M1 only).
Visualize the whole web through Millumin's eye ...
For example a beautiful shader from Shadertoy.com
NDI allows computers to send and receive video over a network. This brand new version improves performances.
Also, Millumin can now mix the audio produced by a canvas, so it can be embed in your NDI stream (along with your video of course).
Millumin was rewritten for Metal and Apple M1, to take full advantage of Mac computers.
Of course, Millumin is an universal application and can also run on Intel machines.
Trigger your show via a sequencer, including states and transitions. The sequencer gives you a one-click control for lights, videos, interactions, LED pixels and much more.
Millumin includes a timeline-editor with animated keyframes, curves, and segments. Then such timelines can be used in Millumin's sequencer.
It also features options to make timings flexible, to avoid video jumpcuts during your show (more info here
Millumin is a complete videomapping tool. You will easily adapt your medias to projection surfaces, use masks and warping tools so your images will fit perfectly the surfaces in real life.
plot, patch, fixtures, You can control any DMX/Artnet enabled device. Also, Millumin allows you to quickly and easily create light-plots, as well as record chases and light transitions.
Lastly, Millumin supports various USB-DMX converter
Convert your pixels into DMX, and control LED strips or light ramps with video medias.
See this tutorial
Project video on multiple screens. Blend videoprojectors together (soft-edge) to create a seamless image.
And if needed, use the advanced-layout to manage complex setups, from big continuous projections to video walls, passing by broadcast switchers.
Data-track allows Millumin to 'talk' to other machines or softwares : indeed, it can send MIDI, OSC, DMX, strings, ...
So Millumin can become the show conductor, managing other computers, light desks, projectors/shutters (via PJ-link), and much more.
Connecting anything to Millumin, that is the purpose of the interactions. MIDI, OSC, Artnet, DMX, timecode, gamepad, keyboard, Arduino, Kinect, LeapMotion and much more can be used to control Millumin.
Millumin's screen-capture can capture any windows running on macOS. So your web browser or a drawing application suddently become playable in Millumin.
Preview your After Effects compositions in real time, without rendering the whole clip to a MOV file. Cinema 4D, Unity and Photoshop plugins allow you to get draft/final render in live. They join the long list of already existing addons (After Effect, gamepad control, TCP/Inet Syphon and much more).
Millumin supports ISF shader format
that opens the software to unlimited creativity. The embedded inline editor allows you to edit the shaders in real time.
Thus, you can create real-time controlled medias and effects. Or simply install additional ISF from third-party creators.
- Connect your devices & softwares via Syphon or NDI®.
- Capture video with devices from Blackmagic, AJA, Epiphan, ...
- Output to a Matrox Triplehead or Datapath FX4.
- Use Millumin's OSC API to control it via TouchOSC or Lemur
- Or browse the developer-kit to build your own controller.
Use a timecode to synchronise your show. Millumin now supports both audio (LTC) and Midi (MTC) timecodes.
A timecode can be used to trigger cues or to get a frame synchronization over multiple machines. A special test card allows you to adjust delays with ease.
You can now mix every channel of your audio file, then route it to your the output.
It can be very useful for 5.1 or 7.1 installations.