Tuesday, 15 August 2017 14:22

MAPIO for Linux

Hi everyone! 


It's a long time that I haven't posted anything here. I’m still working on the documentation for the 2.3.0. release. However, I stopped for a while and built Mapio 2 Pro for Linux. For Ubuntu x64, to be more accurate. 
For now, it’s an Alpha release since I didn’t any testing on different distros, nor there is any installer – and these are the challenges. The opportunities are the following: Mapio for Linux is free for non-commercial use, there are no limitations in the program (no watermarks). 

 

I will highly appreciate your efforts to launch this on your distros and, of course, your feedback.

 

Please, download here: https://tr.im/1Sb2Z.

 

Regards, Ivan.

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  • Comment Link ivo Monday, 28 August 2017 18:58 posted by ivo

    this is so awesome!

  • Comment Link pocketvj Wednesday, 30 August 2017 18:45 posted by pocketvj

    amazing, the tool creative linux'lers where waiting for years....

  • Comment Link magdesign Tuesday, 10 October 2017 10:35 posted by magdesign

    Wow, I am now able to render my mappings with OBS and NDI plugin, sooo cool!

    Warp function currently not working on Linux.
    Would be amazing to get this fixed.

  • Comment Link Janey Doe Tuesday, 24 October 2017 21:51 posted by Janey Doe

    I love your tool but am confused by the decision to develop for Linux. Certainly Windows and even OSX have far more users. Your software does not have even basic documentation which would be very handy and improve the overall product far more than a new release that covers