When Spout Out is toggled on, Liquib becomes a Spout Sender,
continously providing screen display images for other programs that are equipped
as Spout Receivers. The Spout system (https://spout.zeal.co/) is used
by many VeeJay and performance art applications, such as Resolume and
MapMapper, to efficiently share visual streams.
MIDI Control and Playing
The MIDI Control capability might be a useful tool for Veejays and other dynamic motion artists who wish to include Liquib transformations in their performances. When MIDI Control is activated Liquib actions can be initiated via signals from a connected MIDI device. For example, a particular Note might begin playing a certain Script. Another Note might tell the Audio Player to play a music selection. Turning a Knob might adjust a parameter value for the current Tool or Effect. All without touching the computer keyboard or mouse.
The MIDI Options screen allows selection of a MIDI device and definition of MIDI Mapping Tables. A MIDI Mapping Table assigns MIDI signals to Liquib actions, which include such things as Image Load, Revert Image, Random Tool/Effect, Script Load and Play, Audio Load and Play, etc. Multiple MIDI Mapping Files can be created and saved, making it possible to prepare customized sets of Images, Scripts and Audios for use during particular performances.
It's also possible to play music with a MIDI device by activating the Enable MIDI Playing option. A MIDI Playing Output Device can be chosen through the MIDI Control Options screen.