All things alpha channels are explained in this tutorial for Resolume Arena 4 & 5, and Avenue 4. You will learn how content with alpha channels work, along with some of the advantages of using single element loops such as shapes. Techniques to create variations from your existing alpha content are explained, specifically shapes and formations using the Kaleidoscope and Iterate effects.
This tutorial also goes step-by-step to show you ways to create versatile backgrounds using a mix of Transform properties and various effects such as VideoWall and Mirror. Backgrounds that are easily customizable and can further extend the use of your existing content.
The methods outlined allow you to add remixed content to your collection easily using the power of Resolume. Some of these techniques work well with non-alpha content so be sure to try them out to get the most out of your library.
The visuals in this tutorial are ready-made for Resolume and available on our website.
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Other Resolume Tutorials:
The Basics of Loading Visuals (Tutorial) – vimeo.com/90685771
Create Audioreactive Effects (Tutorial) – vimeo.com/92226925
BPM Sync & Techniques (Tutorial) – vimeo.com/92872637
Cue Points & Auto Pilot (Tutorial) – vimeo.com/99874483
Video Masks (Tutorial) – vimeo.com/101371981
Expressive Live Visuals & FX Triggering (Tutorial) – vimeo.com/105182193
Resgen Generative Visuals (Overview/Tutorial) – vimeo.com/120020753
Dynamic Effect Clips: vimeo.com/112539573
Mask Overlay (Tutorial) – vimeo.com/123468924
Quick Tips & Tricks (Tutorial) – vimeo.com/162122082
New Workflow Features (V6 Tutorial) – vimeo.com/241830092