Splash is a free open source modular video mapping software for Linux. Splash allows you to adjust your video projector with intrinsic and extrinsic parameters, blends, colors, and more. It also feeds a 3D model of the input video source using UV mapping of the projection plane. It is released under the GNU General Public License.You can check the full functionality here.. Supports multiple inputs and multiple 3D models.
Install Splash on Ubuntu
Splash is available in flatpak and native deb file formats.
Install Splash via flatpak.
If you don’t have flatpak, install and set up flatpak and flathub on your system. Follow the installation tutorial links below. If you already have it installed on your system, skip the link below and run the flatpak Splash installation command directly.
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How to install flatpak and flathub
Reboot the system after installing flatpak.
Open the terminal app (ctrl + alt + t) and run the following command to install the splash modular video mapping software.
flatpak install flathub com.gitlab.sat_metalab.Splash
After installing Splash flatpak, you can run it using this command.
flatpak run com.gitlab.sat_metalab.Splash
Install Splash via DEB.
Download the .deb file format splash from the download link above and save it in your download folder. Open the Terminal Console app and run the following commands one at a time.
sudo dpkg -i splash.deb
Here, “splash.deb” is the name of the downloaded file.
sudo apt install -f