Knowledge Base

Requirements

Requires Ubuntu 20.04.

Minimum Requirements: resolution of 1920x1080 for your primary screen, and graphics card with drivers able to run version 4 of OpenGL shaders. Suggest installing the latest graphic drivers and recommend the system uses an SSD Drive.

You will need FFmpeg installed. sudo apt update;  sudo apt-get install ffmpeg;

If you have trouble importing a file (e.g. mp4), you could review:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats
which amounts to trying this: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras

I don't believe this will currently work on any other OS distributions, but in case it does, they need certain libraries installed by default, these should be detected missing and listed on the splash screen for you to install via your package manager. The deployment is not polished yet, therefore for reference, as well as ffmpeg,  VIDIFOLD relies on the following libraries: sqlite3, libfreetype, libpng, libjpeg.

Q: The application stops with the splash screen saying my version of the OpenGL Shading Language (GLSL) is not high enough, why?

A: Late in the day I've discovered that it's possible to have multiple OpenGL 'profiles'. (Was a bit behind the times when I started the project). I'm currently NOT detecting and selecting a profile but relying on the default. This mostly seems problematic with the default Mesa drivers. For the time being, if you are using these drivers your setup needs to support GLSL 4.5+ in 'Compatibility Mode'. You can check for this using glxinfo.

Support

If you wish to report an issue or ask a question, please use the support forums here or email contact@vidifold or review the bug report page that Marc from @magdesign.ch kindly set up here on github

 

General Notes:

 

As of 29th Aug 2019, v 0.15.0 updated plugin system and released all available plugins

As of 30th Jan 2019, v 0.10.5 updated plugin collection, should run better on NIVIDA setups .

As of18th Dec 2018, v 0.9.17 includes a security update for the SQLite component.

As of 24 Sept 2018, v 0.9.4 no longer requires libGLEW, this was causing the application to stall at startup.

To Do List (no particular order, you could contact and vote for priority)

  1. General tidy-up and optimizations (on going)
  2. Plugin installs via front end
  3. Plugin API Documentation
  4. Investigate types of deployments

 


VIDIFOLD Revision Notes

A list of all the notes from all versions is provided below.

0.16.8

Can now select resolution when exporting a clip
Added check background to png input preview
Can now drag and drop a slot fxstack (bundle) to the trashcan to clear stack
Tape loops no longer record audio driven changes
Improved undo behaviour of tapes
Now remembers last location you imported from
Added mp4-h264 export option (if available)
Tweaks to theme and gui

0.16.7

Can now reassign video|image items to new banks
Fixed display refresh when re-opening Macro Filter control window
Fixed audio driving for 'trigger' type macro params
Improved plugin user triggered auto fade behaviour

0.16.6

Fixed: parameter value now stays in sync with macro value change
Aux Macro playback now updates aux macro display
Improved Aux recording (no longer effected by changes in KU|TG options on playback)
More improvements and work to APC integration

0.16.5

Added new 4Layer mode to AuxFX, that is an Aux Grp Per Bus Layer
Can now import PNG images to Library (needs some follow through)
Fix the F-key triggering when XTG mode for fx stack

0.16.4

Can now create/store startup setup, contents of the 3 racks for now
Added a Master Level control
Added option to control Aux FX destination (OUT, or a BUS)
Reinvented HotCues (no just has 2 hot cue slots, outside of the AuxRack)
Fixed retriggering/toggle behaviour of FX slots
On initial Cued Recording in Tape Loops, loop auto switchs to playback so you dont over run
Drag drop Aux Tab to eject/clear Aux Rack
Increased TapeLoop count to 5, and refactored controls
Reworked APC mapping to match new setup