Layer layouts consists of nodes connected into chains. There are 2 types of chains: a lifeline chain and a sub-chain. A lifeline chain consists of nodes connected with a lifeline connection. It is shown with a lime green color and has square pins. Sub-chains, on the other hand, consist of all the nodes … Continued
In this article, we’ll talk about Flow control nodes and how you can use them to create conditional execution flows in Lightact. Default flow control nodes Every layer layout by default includes 3 Flow control nodes: Run, On layer begin and On layer end. To explain their behavior lets look … Continued
Lightact has a number of texture processing nodes in Layer Layouts. You can find all of them by right-clicking in Layer Layouts and opening the Texture processing category. In this guide, we’ll explain most of them (for the sake of clarity we’ll skip the most obvious ones). Texture add Texture … Continued
There are many different types of node connections and each type carries a different kind of data. They are listed below for your reference.
Lightact can play video files in a variety of different codecs and containers. They are divided into 2 groups: Codecs and containers supported by the Windows Media Foundation include the most common containers and codecs. We’ll refer to them as General Purpose Codecs. A more detailed list is available in … Continued