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IntrinsicFX Weird Feeds


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IntrinsicFX Weird Feeds       Version: 3.0 (28.04.2017)      (PC / Windows)      85 downloads.      Modified: 2017-04-28

Isc WFCubeLines1 Version: 3.0 Build 0954 ID: iz0y Parameters: 8 Inputs: System: PC Only

The first in the WF (WeirdFeed) series. Streaming feed from video input with morphing (looks like lines around a cube/square). This effect transforms/morphs the input but adds motion to the pixels. And with a blend you get a kind of feedbacky streamy feel New in 3.0: - 4K and 8K support for higher quality rendering (requires 32GB or more system RAM). -


Parameters:
1. Blend

Amount to mix the new input with the previous thus creating the feedback effect - more or less streaming pixels.
2. Scale XY1

Coordinate 1 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
3. Scale XY2

Coordinate 2 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
4. Scale XY3

Coordinate 3 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
5. Scale XY4

Coordinate 4 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
6. Dist Mul

Zooms the whole morph square.
7. Step Val

Angle rotation step value - for faster rotation of the morph increase this parameter. Middle is not rotated. Default is rotated slightly.
8. Ang Mul

This parameter increases the number of loops in the angle used for calculating the morph.

Isc WFFlower1 Version: 3.0 Build 0945 ID: iz0z Parameters: 8 Inputs: System: PC Only

Flowerlike stream. The second in the WF (WeirdFeed) series. Streaming feed from video input with morphing. This effect transforms/morphs the input but adds motion to the pixels. And with a blend you get a kind of feedbacky streamy feel to it. New in 3.0: - 4K and 8K support for higher quality rendering (requires 32GB or more system RAM). -


Parameters:
1. Blend

Amount to mix the new input with the previous thus creating the feedback effect - more or less streaming pixels.
2. Scale XY1

Coordinate 1 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
3. Scale XY2

Coordinate 2 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
4. Scale XY3

Coordinate 3 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
5. Scale XY4

Coordinate 4 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
6. Dist Mul

Zooms the whole morph square.
7. Step Val

Angle rotation step value - for faster rotation of the morph increase this parameter. Middle is not rotated. Default is rotated slightly.
8. Ang Mul

Controls rotation of the dynamic displacement map, added multiplication factor for angle.
Isc WFLeaves1 Version: 3.0 Build 0938 ID: iz10 Parameters: 8 Inputs: System: PC Only

Leavelike stream. The third in the WF (WeirdFeed) series. Streaming feed from video input with morphing. This effect transforms/morphs the input but adds motion to the pixels. And with a blend you get a kind of feedbacky streamy feel to it. New in 3.0: - 4K and 8K support for higher quality rendering (requires 32GB or more system RAM). -


Parameters:
1. Blend

Amount to mix the new input with the previous thus creating the feedback effect - more or less streaming pixels.
2. Scale XY1

Coordinate 1 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
3. Scale XY2

Coordinate 2 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
4. Scale XY3

Coordinate 3 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
5. Scale XY4

Coordinate 4 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
6. Dist Mul

Zooms the whole morph square.
7. Step Val

Angle rotation step value - for faster rotation of the morph increase this parameter. Middle is not rotated. Default is rotated slightly.
8. Ang Mul

Controls rotation of the dynamic displacement map, added multiplication factor for angle.
Isc WFMosaic1 Version: 3.0 Build 0944 ID: iz11 Parameters: 7 Inputs: System: PC Only

Mosaiclike stream. The fourth in the WF (WeirdFeed) series. Streaming feed from video input with morphing. This effect transforms/morphs the input but adds motion to the pixels. And with a blend you get a kind of feedbacky streamy feel to it. New in 3.0: - 4K and 8K support for higher quality rendering (requires 32GB or more system RAM). -


Parameters:
1. Blend

Amount to mix the new input with the previous thus creating the feedback effect - more or less streaming pixels.
2. Scale XY1

Coordinate 1 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
3. Scale XY2

Coordinate 2 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
4. Scale XY3

Coordinate 3 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
5. Scale XY4

Coordinate 4 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
6. Dist Mul

Zooms the whole morph square.
7. Step Val

Angle rotation step value - for faster rotation of the morph increase this parameter. Middle is not rotated. Default is rotated slightly.
Isc WFSpherize1 Version: 3.0 Build 0940 ID: iz_2 Parameters: 7 Inputs: System: PC Only

Stream that looks like its sphere-transforming the input, makes it "shine". The fifth in the WF (WeirdFeed) series. Streaming feed from video input with morphing. This effect transforms/morphs the input but adds motion to the pixels.


Parameters:
1. Blend

Amount to mix the new input with the previous thus creating the feedback effect - more or less streaming pixels.
2. Scale XY1

Coordinate 1 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
3. Scale XY2

Coordinate 2 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
4. Scale XY3

Coordinate 3 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
5. Scale XY4

Coordinate 4 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
6. Dist Mul

Zooms the whole morph square.
7. Step Val

Angle rotation step value - for faster rotation of the morph increase this parameter. Middle is not rotated. Default is rotated slightly.
Isc WFSpiral1 Version: 3.0 Build 0939 ID: iz13 Parameters: 7 Inputs: System: PC Only

Spiral stream. Very dynamic and 3Dish. The sixth in the WF (WeirdFeed) series. Streaming feed from video input with morphing. This effect transforms/morphs the input but adds motion to the pixels. And with a blend you get a kind of feedbacky streamy feel


Parameters:
1. Blend

Amount to mix the new input with the previous thus creating the feedback effect - more or less streaming pixels.
2. Scale XY1

Coordinate 1 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
3. Scale XY2

Coordinate 2 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
4. Scale XY3

Coordinate 3 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
5. Scale XY4

Coordinate 4 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
6. Dist Mul

Zooms the whole morph square.
7. Step Val

Angle rotation step value - for faster rotation of the morph increase this parameter. Middle is not rotated. Default is rotated slightly.
Isc WFTentacles1 Version: 3.0 Build 0941 ID: iz14 Parameters: 7 Inputs: System: PC Only

Waved tentacles stream. The seventh in the WF (WeirdFeed) series. Streaming feed from video input with morphing. This effect transforms/morphs the input but adds motion to the pixels. And with a blend you get a kind of feedbacky streamy feel to it.


Parameters:
1. Blend

Amount to mix the new input with the previous thus creating the feedback effect - more or less streaming pixels.
2. Scale XY1

Coordinate 1 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
3. Scale XY2

Coordinate 2 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
4. Scale XY3

Coordinate 3 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
5. Scale XY4

Coordinate 4 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
6. Dist Mul

Zooms the whole morph square.
7. Step Val

Angle rotation step value - for faster rotation of the morph increase this parameter. Middle is not rotated. Default is rotated slightly.
Isc WFTwirlCube1 Version: 3.0 Build 0938 ID: iz15 Parameters: 7 Inputs: System: PC Only

Stream that looks like twirling cubes/squares. The last in the WF (WeirdFeed) series. Streaming feed from video input with morphing. This effect transforms/morphs the input but adds motion to the pixels. And with a blend you get a kind of feedbacky stream.


Parameters:
1. Blend

Amount to mix the new input with the previous thus creating the feedback effect - more or less streaming pixels.
2. Scale XY1

Coordinate 1 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
3. Scale XY2

Coordinate 2 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
4. Scale XY3

Coordinate 3 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
5. Scale XY4

Coordinate 4 of the stretchable square (you actually stretch the lookup table so the transform/morph is stretched. It could be scaled if all parameters or sets of two (for the sides or the top/bottom) is midified. If you have frantic values here the pixel.
6. Dist Mul

Zooms the whole morph square.
7. Step Val

Angle rotation step value - for faster rotation of the morph increase this parameter. Middle is not rotated. Default is rotated slightly.