you know, like a dj, but with videos?

AV mixer lite is a pretty solid affordable one that's a good place to start. if you go to the downloads page, there's a trial version, but current price is only 25 euros which isn't bad at all (resolume and many of the others cost hundreds) https://neuromixer.com/collections/avmi … mixer-lite

Cheers esc.
AV mixer looks good, resolume looks like exactly what i'm looking for - shame abt the price, but guess if its designed for the stadiums it makes sense.
Also would like some sleek live input (e.g. c64 in), maybe resolume has this, but where is the indie software!

We use this for our livesets : http://aestesis.eu/elektronika/
Free and intuitive.

didn't even realize aestesis was still around, guess i'll mess with their new version a little.. i used to use it a long time ago
edit: wow, they actually haven't updated since 2005. time to figure out which version of winamp is old enough for it to use it avs as a module in it
not sure if any of this works in windows10 properly, can't get aestesis to seem to recognize the winamp visualization either with winamp grabber or the normal grabber.. guess i'll mess with it on xp instead

louisdeb wrote:

Cheers esc.
AV mixer looks good, resolume looks like exactly what i'm looking for - shame abt the price, but guess if its designed for the stadiums it makes sense.
Also would like some sleek live input (e.g. c64 in), maybe resolume has this, but where is the indie software!

if you have a usb composite video capture card, you can use it as an input in av mixer, so you can use it with a c64, feedback loops from a hardware mixer, a bent NES, whatever you want

https://gifslap.com/

w a v e y

thank you guys i'm gonna get on these

herr_prof, gifslap has the ideal UI imo, i'm gonna watch some vids on it and consider getting it

pleaselosebattle, cheers for the suggestion - i'll try getting it going on osx