spxlLabelParams Passthrough FFGL Effect Plugins for Resolume Arena and Resolume Avenue v5, v6, v7 (Windows only)

Configurable dummy parameters for Resolume Arena and Resolume Avenue.

Passthrough FFGL effect plugins that provide user interface parameters in the FFGL host that are not intended to change the image, but rather be mapped in the FFGL host to send MIDI, OSC or similar messages to another program/device. The number and type of parameters is configurable; you can create as many or few parameters as you need with the names you want.

NOTE: See spxlDummyParams for a free set of non-configurable dummy parameters plugins.

Screenshots: screenshots

Platform:Windows only

Plugin Information

NOTE: Windows only. Not available for Mac OSX.

The software download includes FFGL plugin DLLs for Resolume v5 (FFGL 1.6, 32-bit), Resolume v6 (FFGL 1.6, 64-bit), and Resolume v7 (FFGL 2.1, 64-bit).

A configuration text file in the same directory as the plugin DLL file (with the same base name) can be used to specify as many parameters as required, in any order, with or without custom names and/or default values. Default names are generated where names are not supplied, and default values are zero. See Configuration file format below for details.

If a configuration file is not found, each plugin defaults to a set of 16 standard (float) parameters. This works the same as specifying a "numparams" multi-parameter generator in the configuration file.

For Resolume v5, you will need to enable the effect Bypass option, otherwise the image will be made blank by these plugins. Similarly for v6 (if the effect is added to the Composition effects). For v7 you will not need to enable the effect Bypass option, though you can if you like (it will not affect the MIDI/OSC sending).

Resolume v6's custom parameter types for hue, saturation and brightness are supported. When these three parameter types are used together, Resolume displays a fancy color picker widget in the user interface instead of three sliders. The three required parameter types can be specified by a single "pick" generator in the configuration file.

Resolume v7 includes an alpha parameter in the fancy color picker widget. The "pick" generator will create the four required fields, and you can specify individual hue, sat, bri, alpha fields if you want to.

The FFGL 1.6 plugins (for Resolume v5 and v6) were built using the FFGL1.6 SDK supplied by Resolume on GitHub.

The FFGL 2.1 plugins (for Resolume v7) were built using a modified version of the FFGL2.1 SDK. The original SDK is supplied by Resolume on GitHub. See https://github.com/resolume/ffgl for more information.

Tested on Windows 10 Pro (64-bit):

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Configuration file format

Sample configuration file: spxlLabelParams-sample-config.txt

Screenshots: screenshots