On a very rainy night in Tel Aviv in December I was invited to be interviewed at TAMI, the Tel Aviv makerspace about Fugio, Freeframe, VJ’ing, Open Source, and it all fits into my art practise.
Happy Fugio Friday!
This week sees the initial release of the FFMPEG plugin that enables media playback in Fugio.
It’s taken some time to get this one ready, even though it was one of the first plugins I wrote, as it needed quite some testing with all manner of different video and audio files.
There are also a couple of new nodes in the Core plugin: “Trigger Boolean” and “Trigger Array”, which both have examples showing how to use them.
I’ve also found a way to package up all the support libraries on macOS so you don’t need to install or update Homebrew anymore. This makes it much easier to install Fugio and make it work out of the box for new users. If you want to compile Fugio on macOS, it’s still recommended to use Homebrew for installing the dependencies.
As I’m still in Tel Aviv with only a MacBook to work on, so the updated Windows version will be released next week.
If you have already installed Fugio you can use the Maintenance Tool in the application directory to get the latest version, or download the installer:
Download Fugio 1.11.0 for macOS/OS X (10.9+)