The following software was mostly made in MAX/MSP and distributed for free for those who don’t have MAX. Most of it is Mac-only, sorry. The source files are generally included so you can add whatever features you want (if you have MAX).
Yes, you can use BrightSign media players with a Mac! Here’s how to configure the players without the (Windows only) BrightAuthor software.
A simple (feee) “projection mapping” tool for distorting video during playback. Stretch your image to fit into corners, ceilings, or other complex shapes.
MultiScreener is a set of applications that synchronize the playback of Quicktime movies on multiple computers, using a local network to tie them all together.
Transmit/receive uncompressed stereo audio over a local network. Turn two computers into a really expensive XLR cable… for free!
Live Video Delay is a simple application with a self-explanatory name. It stores video frames in a “circular buffer,” displaying an old frame each time a new one arrives. Stereo audio is now supported, and delay time is only limited by system memory.
Chroma Key Live “keys out” selected areas of your camera feed, allowing your background image to show through. It supports HD resolutions and offers full GPU acceleration.
Attach a camera and trigger sounds whenever occupancy is detected in six user-defined areas of the video image. You have complete control over the playback logic and signal routing. Surround is supported.
Play a video whenever occupancy is detected in a live camera feed. (Based on Video Trigger.)
SingleFramer is a frame-capture application for animators. It captures individual frames from an attached video camera, either manually or automatically (time-lapse).
Soundscape Composer provides an intuitive interface to organize, mix, and alter sounds within an archive.
A quick and dirty demonstrator for audio interference phenomena. Five oscillators and a calculator to compute the beat-frequencies that are generated by the interference between the tones.
Frame Subtractor is an application that removes background information from video images. It highlights moving objects and makes stationary things disappear.
Film-O-Sync synchronizes digital sound to 16mm projection. It requires a simple modification to the projector, and instructions are included.
“Will my camera work with your software?” Read this to find out!
Unless stated otherwise, there is no Windows version of any of my software. Feel free to compile one yourself.