Menno wrote: ↑Tue May 11, 2021 17:43
One Tip: In general when someone sais you should 'wait' for the issue number to pop up in the release notes, you shouldn't actually wait for us until we've solved it. You should either find a workaround or some other piece of software that can do what you want. Then you can do the show you need to do now and if/when we get to the issue you need solved in the future then perhaps you could try to do it with resolume then.
Nice way. And it seems to me that it would be correct to offer us a workaround for solving our problem. But, within 6 months from the side of the developers, this workaround was not offered to us. Maybe you can offer it now? And I find it very strange that the developers do not consider that the issue of high-quality synchronization of VJing with music is not a matter of paramount importance. In my posts, I have repeatedly raised the topic of the reason for the lack of flexible (adaptive) synchronization of animation of clips to the musical tempo in Resolume. The functionality implemented through the Ableton link does not provide the necessary flexibility. This has already been repeatedly confirmed by many users on this Forum. For some reason, Resolume still does not have its own built-in BPM detection module (similar to Waveclock), I also do not understand ... Yes, Resolume has buttons that allow you to change BPM in multiples (/4, /2, *2, *4). But, this all works exclusively in manual mode. As soon as Resolume receives BPM from an external source (midi clock or ableton link) the buttons stop working.