Connect with other users and the developer at Lacquer's Support site.
Stay updated with announcements, get answers from the community, and share your feature suggestions with us. You can also submit a request for tech support here.
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Have a question? Did you run into some trouble or a bug?
If the nature of the problem is such that getting an answer in public would benefit everyone, please submit the question on the Discussion forum linked above. We'd like to see you participate in the PixelConduit community!
For direct private support, the best way is to file a support request at Lacquer's online support site — PixelConduit's developer will follow up soon:
You can also send email to support at lacquer dot fi.
Are you on Twitter? You can message Pauli Olavi Ojala, the PixelConduit developer, directly at his Twitter account: @pauliooj
Create batch actions to automate operations and effect setups in PixelConduit. Export multiple formats and 3D left/right images at once.
Record multiple video streams. Capture original camera data and the rendered effects.
Use PixelConduit as a virtual video camera for video conferencing and streaming applications.
Create live video installations and other realtime video control setups. Output on multiple screens and control via MIDI, DMX or web.
Capture, adjust, process and render stereoscopic 3D in realtime. Work in packed formats and dual-stream 3D.
The essential reference to PixelConduit, the User's Guide contains both high-level overviews and tutorials of specific techniques.
You can download either the complete 140-page book as one PDF or individual chapters.
Individual chapter PDF downloads are available in the Table of Contents below.