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Open Source VJ Software in Java

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An Open Source Java Software for Visual-Artists like VJs written in Java. Using xuggle as video decoder, we are able to read most popular videocodecs. Supports iGuard IP-250E IP/Network Camera. With MJPEG-Stream-Server for multiple clients like VLC.
GPU support with OpenCL and jogamp.

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  • Platform-Independent
  • VJ Software
  • ArtNet
  • GPU Support
  • Multicore and Multi-CPU Support
  • Supports iGuard IP-250E IP/Network Camera
  • OpenCL
  • Using xuggle as video decoder
  • MJPEG-Stream-Server
  • Inheritance for values at connections


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