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Release: QuartzBuilder, v20111118

Release Type: Beta
Version: 20111118
Release Notes

Changes since QuartzBuilder 1.3

Altered behavior of Fullscreen Display Screen setting:

  • (Disabled) — Fullscreen toggles to current screen
  • Display1 — Always fullscreen on primary screen (no toggle)
  • Display2 — Try fullscreen on secondary screen (no toggle). Do fullscreen on primary screen if no secondary screen exists.
  • Display3 — Try fullscreen on tertiary screen (no toggle). Do fullscreen secondary (and then primary) if tertiary doesn’t exist.
  • etc.
QuartzBuilder_2011-11-18.zip937.13 KB

Installation Instructions

Double-click the .zip file to uncompress the application. Place the application in your /Applications/ folder. Double-click the application.

QuartzBuilder allows you to easily create applications from your Quartz Composer creations, without having to muck about in Xcode.

Your compositions are encrypted, and Official API plugins, Unofficial API plugins, and simple resources are automatically bundled with the generated application.

Cocoa NSApplication and NSWindow events and properties are exposed to the composition, allowing unprecedented control over the rendering environment — for example, the window can be made full-screen on launch.

Download the trial below, or buy a license now.

When unregistered, output apps are limited to 55 patches.

Documentation and Examples

See the QuartzBuilder Documentation on the Kineme Wiki.

Unsupported on OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) and above

Please download the trial and make sure it meets your needs before purchasing. Due to bugs in Apple's Quartz Composer framework, we cannot guarantee that Kineme apps will work properly on Mac OS 10.8 and above. Our focus has shifted to developing Vuo.