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Modul8

live visual performance

Modul8 Description
Modul8 is a software for live visual performance developed by GarageCube, a company established in 2005 by Yves Schmid and Boris Edelstein, based in Geneva, Switzerland. Modul8 was started with the intention of providing a tool for VJing in openGL.
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Latest version of Modul8 is 2.7.2 and it was released on 2014-01-13.

Modul8 Alternatives

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    Tags: Live Video Software, Music Visualization Software, Windows Multimedia Software, Macos Multimedia Software
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    Tags: Live Video Software, Windows Multimedia Software, Macos Multimedia Software
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    Latest version of Virtual DJ is 8.0 build 2139 and it was released on 01 February 2015.

    Tags: Audio Mixing Software, Internet Radio Software, Live Video Software, Tag Editors
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    Latest version of NATO.0+55+3d is NATO.0+55+3d.modular and it was released on {{Start date and age|2001}}.

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