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===<div class="subSectionLineDialog">Getting Started with TouchDesigner</div>===
 
===<div class="subSectionLineDialog">Getting Started with TouchDesigner</div>===
  
To download TouchDesigner, go to [http://www.derivative.ca/099/Downloads www.derivative.ca/099/Downloads]
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To download TouchDesigner, go to '''[https://derivative.ca/download Downloads]'''
  
While downloading, [https://www.derivative.ca/Login/RegisterForm.asp create an account] so you can get a key later.
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While downloading, [https://www.derivative.ca/Login/RegisterForm.asp create an account] so you can get a key after installation.
  
[[Install TouchDesigner|Install]] and launch TouchDesigner.  
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[[Install TouchDesigner|Install]] and start TouchDesigner.  
  
 
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[[TouchDesigner Educational|Educational]], [[TouchDesigner Commercial|Commercial]] and [[TouchDesigner Pro|Pro]] licenses are available from the [https://www.derivative.ca/shop store], the [[Licensing]] page explains the differences in features.
 
[[TouchDesigner Educational|Educational]], [[TouchDesigner Commercial|Commercial]] and [[TouchDesigner Pro|Pro]] licenses are available from the [https://www.derivative.ca/shop store], the [[Licensing]] page explains the differences in features.
  
Launch TouchDesigner, the Key Manager Dialog will open if no key is present. [[Key Manager Dialog|Create a key]].
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Start TouchDesigner, the Key Manager Dialog will open if no key is present. [[Key Manager Dialog|Create a key]].
  
 
===<div class="subSectionLineDialog">Where to Start Learning TouchDesigner</div>===
 
===<div class="subSectionLineDialog">Where to Start Learning TouchDesigner</div>===
  
The [[Learning TouchDesigner]] page will introduce you to all the learning materials available for TouchDesigner. After this Getting Started section  you can learn how to use TouchDesigner through the other tutorials, examples, and documentation.
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The [[Learning TouchDesigner]] page will introduce you to all the learning materials available for TouchDesigner, including tutorials, examples, and documentation.
  
If you are interested in attending workshops or schools teaching TouchDesigner, check out the [http://www.derivative.ca/Education/ Education section].
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If you are interested in attending workshops to learn TouchDesigner, check out [https://derivative.ca/workshops-events Workshops & Events].
  
For those eager to do write some code, [[Python]] is the default scripting language of TouchDesigner. You can find all the Python documentation and reference material starting here: [[:Category:Python]].   
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For those eager to do write some code, Python is the default scripting language of TouchDesigner. You can find all the Python documentation and reference material starting here: [https://docs.derivative.ca/Category:Python Python Reference].   
  
 
[[Category:TouchDesigner Tips]]
 
[[Category:TouchDesigner Tips]]
 
[[Category:TDPages]]
 
[[Category:TDPages]]

Revision as of 02:51, 30 October 2019

Getting Started with TouchDesigner
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To download TouchDesigner, go to Downloads

While downloading, create an account so you can get a key after installation.

Install and start TouchDesigner.

Licensing
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TouchDesigner Non-Commercial can be used (free) for personal and educational use, including demoing and learning how to use TouchDesigner.

Educational, Commercial and Pro licenses are available from the store, the Licensing page explains the differences in features.

Start TouchDesigner, the Key Manager Dialog will open if no key is present. Create a key.

Where to Start Learning TouchDesigner
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The Learning TouchDesigner page will introduce you to all the learning materials available for TouchDesigner, including tutorials, examples, and documentation.

If you are interested in attending workshops to learn TouchDesigner, check out Workshops & Events.

For those eager to do write some code, Python is the default scripting language of TouchDesigner. You can find all the Python documentation and reference material starting here: Python Reference.

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