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Einstein VideoPlayer is a project initiated by Guilherme Martins during a dance performance entitled "Einstein Dreams" created by Rui Horta. All this took place at Göteborg Opera in Sweden, September of 2010.
List of features available ATM:
- playlist based on alphanumeric order;
- parametric crossfade between videos;
- parametric fade in and out to black and/or white;
- keystone / corner-pin adjustment;
- record and load custom presets.
Future versions will include:
- mask overlay with a PNG with transparency;
- independent multiplayer system (optional);
- one player as Master and the other player as Slave (optional);
- customization for several outputs;
- subtitle overlay;
- Improve modularity for fast prototyping and custom projects;
- Improve performance;
- Create the same GUI paradigm to control audio and light;
- Cue list to control everything;
- MIDI, DMX and OSC protocol to control Einstein, and to be controlled by Einstein.
EinsteinVideoPlayer is a video server build in MAXJitter http://cycling74.com