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Using TouchDesigner on a laptop is a powerful way to get a lot of work done while travelling or at a gig. The problem is that without an external mouse plugged in and working off of a battery can be pretty tricky!

TouchDesigner Laptop Pro Tricks

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There are many reasons why you’d want to lock your projects. Some of those may be artistic reasons and some of them might be business-related. In our last blog post, we talked about how you can use Project-level privacy and how you can use that to keep your whole project work behind a password.

TouchDesigner Project Privacy: Part 2

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When it comes to application building in TouchDesigner, there are times that we want to keep our work and techniques away from prying eyes. Whatever the reason for preserving the privacy of your code, TouchDesigner has a great way of locking down your work and keeping it safe.

TouchDesigner Project Privacy: Part 1

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Thermal effects are common in almost all vfx systems and video servers. They’re fun and easy to use and can turn even boring content into something interesting by creating the illusion of thermal camera / heat scan.

Thermal Effect in TouchDesigner

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Managing different scenes and moving between them in an efficient manner can seem like a daunting task. You start to think about all the different tools and networks you need to make just to get this simple functionality in your project. Never fear!

Easy Scenes & Transitions in TouchDesigner

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Hi,   here Simone from Unveil_studio!!! i start to post some tutorial on youtube and i did no aspect to reach 400 subcribers. So i decide to post some tutorials also here, maybe some else can join them and have fun!!   Here the link of the boring one...

Greetings

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>>PART 2<<   Local/Modules Handling functionality you would like to have everywhere in your project or component can be quite a hassle from time to time.So, what if I told you that there is a special place in every component called modules?

Python Tips'N'Tricks #3

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Children who watch animation imagine themselves becoming friends with the main characters on the TV and working with them in their own world. All children experience this kind of imagination and it encourages them to focus their concentration.

REALIZE THE WORLD IN THE ANIMATION

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If you’ve decided to be a freelance artist or developer, you might be wondering to yourself if it’s worth setting up an LLC or corporation. What are the pros? What are the cons? You’ve probably heard lots of people talking about but maybe it seems like a lot of work?

Do You Need A Business?

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For some, MIDI is a thing of the past and a protocol you’ve likely not touched in years. For many developers, especially those working with artists, music equipment, or other sound-focused softwares, MIDI is still one of the go-to staple protocols to use.

Loading MIDI Files in TouchDesigner

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As the years pass and newer and newer gear comes out, we often have to re-evaluate what we’re using in our installations. Depth sensors are a prime example. The amount of companies that have entered and exited the depth sensors market in the last few years is wild.

Depth Sensors in 2021

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We’ve been getting deeper and deeper into the build of our datamoshing component in TouchDesigner. We’re finally digging into GLSL code and porting over the individual examples from our reference material, and by the end of this post, we’ll have a working shader starting to come together!

Datamoshing in TouchDesigner – Part #3

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