Audio Reactivity can be controlled and set via the Control Page in Lightform Creator.
The Audio Reactivity Settings have two modes: Basic and Advanced that you can toggle between
A simple interface for enabling and adjusting audio-reactive Filters.
Gain Filters & Intensity
Audio-reactive Filters that are added to your project and react to the incoming audio's gain/volume. Drag the slider to intensify Gain.
Speed Filters & Intensity
Similar to Gain Filters, these are audio-reactive Filters that are added to your project and speed up or slow down with the presence of sound. Drag the slider to intensify Speed.
These change how sensitive the Filters are to changes in sound levels. Attack corresponds to increases in sounds, and Release corresponds to decreases in sound levels. At 100%, this causes the Filters to react to sound levels instantly, 50% produces a smoothing effect, and below 50% slows the reaction.
A more complex view with additional settings and controls for fine-tuning the incoming audio.
These let you isolate Filters to only react to the parts (low/mid/high) of the sound spectrum.
These let you tweak the relative levels of the sound spectrum (like with an equalizer).
Filters are audio-reactive layers applied to your published project and affect all content, making it react to sound in real-time. You can enable multiple filters at a time. Included below are some things to note about the filters.
- Hue Shift - only applies to content that has color (not black and white)
- Saturate - only applies to content that has color (not black and white)
- Time Jump - only applies to Live Effects
- Horizontal Shift
- Vertical Shift
- Grid Rotate
- Time Warp - only applies to Live Effects