Painting With Light 1.7.0

Painting With Light 1.7.0 version released.

It’s been a while but I’ve updated my video mapping software Painting With Light to 1.7.0. It’s mainly a bug fix release that generally improves the usability of the software – trying to address all those little annoying bugs that popped up during workshops!

The biggest change is that the Windows version is now 64-bit (for the first time) and the macOS version now requires 10.13+ (High Sierra).

Work has been progressing towards a 2.0 release that involves a rewrite of the rendering system. I’m not currently working on video mapping projects (although I have plans) so it’s a bit slow going. If you have any particular features you’d like to see included then feel free to add a comment below.

Version 1.7.0 of Painting With Light Demo for Windows (Windows 10)
Released: 20-Oct-2019

Version 1.7.0 of Painting With Light Demo for macOS (10.13+)
Released: 20-Oct-2019

2 thoughts on “Painting With Light 1.7.0”

  1. Hi, great piece of software!
    I tested many mapping software (madmapper,mapio,mapmap, vpt etc) but some are to complex for my goals or some too expensive or function limited, so I think to bought your.
    I need to create some simple projection during the concert my pop band (when Covid will be gone).
    I have two questions: when insert some video file the frame rate is very low, sometimes appear as to load cache then it start normally, sometimes not. I tried with big files .mp4 (30-40 Mb) but is the same with more smaller files (2-3Mb) its a demo limit? My test pc is a Intel I5 8Gb W10 with integrated video card.
    And last, could be great have a function to fade between columns of sequencer, you have planned to do it?

    1. Hi Paolo, are the video files very high resolution? For video mapping, I tend to scale down my videos to be 256×256 or 512×512 depending on how much of the screen they will cover. I don’t have any updates for the sequencer yet, but the fading idea is a nice one!

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