Praxis LIVE 5.2.0 freeware
Creating audio and video patches, MIDI bindings or even script files are just some of the things that you can do with Praxis LIVE. It allows the media files to communicate with each other and it comes with various pixel effects and blend modes.
|Author||Neil C. Smith|
|OS||Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||video patch, MIDI binding, media installation, patch, media, playback|
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|5.2.0||Apr 26, 2021||New Release||PraxisCORE runtime
Support shared, rewritable code across components within a single root.
Sources for shared code are stored as a map property on the root component. All code is in the SHARED package.
Any component that imports shared code will be automatically recompiled whenever shared code changes.
Breaking changes or deletions of shared code in use will fail.
Data ports can pass shared types between components.
NB. As part of this change, the full class name of component code has changed to accommodate compiling multiple
components at a time. This shouldn't cause major problems.
NB. As part of this change, the module providing audio and video root components changed. This shouldn't cause
|4.4.0||Sep 3, 2019||New Release||Changes:
New base module providing simpler and more robust base root class and other utility classes. The new root implementation is currently used by generic data patches root:data and internal services. These changes will allow for removal and replacement of a lot of remaining legacy v1 code in v5.
The container component (core:container) now allows for exposing ports of any child component via its ports property (see IDE improvements below too). This is a map of IDs to relative port addresses. All specific input / output components (eg. audio:container:in) are now deprecated.
Known issue - removing a mapped port will disconnect all connections to the port, including those inside the container (the API is missing the ability to find only outside connections at present).
Known issue - deleting a container will sometimes leave child components connected. Always delete connections first. Workaround is to save and reload.
|4.1.1||Oct 23, 2018||New Release||Fixes:
Fix import action not showing on resources folder in projects.
Fix issues with clear and accumulate in new Data Pipe API - not behaving correctly with clear functions returning new objects, or accumulate where the source packet was in the list being accumulated (graph recursion).