It features all the classic VJ softwares options. It's a deluxe version of Pikix, with many improvements and new features.
The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools. (source: wikipedia)
...And it's also very precious, so leave it home when performing for that no budget warehouse rave party...
Just bring this tiny and cheap computer and show you can do more with less!
Super Pikix Pi is free, donations are very welcomed.
You're a talented VJ using Super Pikix Pi?
Let me know, i'll feature you right here!
for the 1.3 beta, see the 'read me' file included
Make sure you've installed the Raspbian image from http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads on your SD card.
Before running Super Pikix Pi, you need to install some stuff (libraries) on your Raspberry Pi.
Make sure your Raspberry Pi is connected to internet.
From the terminal command windows, type:
sudo apt-get install libsdl1.2-dev
sudo apt-get install libsdl-ttf2.0-dev
sudo apt-get install libsdl-image1.2-dev
sudo usermod -a -G video pi(where 'pi' is your username)
Copy the content of the zip archive in your raspberry, from the terminal window nagivate into the app folder and type
Disable the overscan and use 720p resolution.
version 1.2 and older only.
v 1.3 supports .mp4 files
To mix your own creations, compress your footage using the Kouky compression tool, available for Windows and Mac.
The compression tool requires quicktime player to be installed on your Windows system.
Super Pikix Pi is only compatible with .k19 files.
When the conversion is complete, move your .k19 files into the "video" folder of your Super pikix Pi installation.
From the start screen, choose "edit " to create and edit your playlists.
for the 1.3 beta, see 'help' section within the app
|TAB||toggle user interface visibility IMPORTANT!|
|right / left||next and previous video track|
|up / down||set focus on layer 1 or 2|
|Z||play forward / backward|
|ENTER||toggle playlist selection screen visibility|
|5||alpha transparency or chroma key on black|
|6||half / half|
|<- ( backspace )||turn on/off selected filter|
|hold Q, W, E, R, T, Y, U, I, O||select a paired filter|