It features all the classic VJ softwares options. It's a deluxe version of Pikix, with many improvements and new features.
The Caanoo is an open-source, Linux-based handheld video game console and media player created by GamePark Holdings of South Korea. (source: wikipedia)
...And it's also very precious, so leave it home when performing for that no budget warehouse rave party...
Just bring your Caanoo and show you can do more with less!
Super Pikix is free, donations are very welcomed.
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Extract the "superpikix_v1_delicate_pig.zip" archive on your hard drive, copy its content into your Caanoo SD card in to the "apps" folder. You can extract it anywhere else on your card but then it won't be displayed in the Caanoo's quick launch screen.
Run Super Pikix via the App quick launch screen, or via the explorer if you've copied it in another location
The archive includes a few demo footages, ready for a quick test.
On the title screen, choose "mix", press B to load the top playlist, et voilà!
Connect your Caanoo and your projector/video mixer with the Caanoo's TV out cable (not included with the console, don't forget to buy it separately!)
From the "video out" menu, choose PAL or NTSC
To mix your own creations, compress your footage using the Kouky compression tool, available on both Windows and Mac osX. Super Pikix is compatible with .k17 and .k18 files.
Then copy your .k17 / .k18 files into the "video" folder of your Super pikix installation.
From the Super Pikix Start screen, choose "edit ". Create and edit your playlists using the Caanoo's stylus.
|display / hide the touch buttons IMPORTANT!
|right / left
|next and previous video track
|hold R + up
|hold R + down
|play forward / backward
|display / hide playlist selection screen
|use option menu to pair a filter with a button
|R + Y / B / X / A
|select a paired filter
|R + touch screen
|change settings of selected filter
|turn on/off selected filter
|L + touch screen
|change overlay mode between layers