Perhaps follow one of the many guides out there and learn to set up madVR. It is not that complicated.When I was selling accounting machines in the late 60's we had a Model 403 S50. The Series 50 meant that it had 50% of the power of the standard 403 for a cheaper price. I'm wondering if there could be a S50 version of MadVR that was destined for us novices to this whole computer video processing application.
From what I can see, it takes about a $1K to build a MVR computer and a degree in PC programming to build and effectively use one of these systems. Since this is an open source program how about someone carving out a S50 version of MadVR? The old 80/20 rule would probably work here so that a re-assemblage of the design and code could produce about 80% of the function using 20% of the code and hardware. Why not a laptop, a desktop, or one of these Raspberry Pi computers to execute a scaled down version.
Is there any high level documentation available that I could read that would allow me to put my money where my mouth is? If I can read and halfway understand it I will come back with my 80/20 analysis.
Also, madVR is not open source.
Finally, since you're not a programmer you have absolutely no basis for this statement. Perhaps leave the unfounded speculation out.
a re-assemblage of the design and code could produce about 80% of the function using 20% of the code and hardware.