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Old 06-28-2011, 10:22 AM
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Default Adding video images to live performance


Im sorry if this is not the proper place to ask this but I dont even know what to search for.

My band would like to add video playing on a screen to our live gigs. I was wondering what kind of software people might use to achieve a smooth presentation.
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Default Re: Adding video images to live performance

We use Resolume Avenue but there are literally tons of other options. Check out Create Digital Motion for more...
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