Is it possible to wirelessly stream media from a cellphone to be manipulated in jitter?
You’ll be tired when you’re done, so no.
On Thu, May 8, 2008 at 5:10 AM, Mike
> Is it possible to tirelessly stream media from a cellphone to be
> manipulated in jitter?
I’m not an expert of the topic, but afaik people usually solve this by
streaming the content from the phone to the computer using Bluetooth
(look it up on Google, there are plenty of threads related to this). I’m
not sure whether Max/Jitter has any ability to communicate directly with
Bluetooth devices, but if the problem can’t be solved inside Max, then
you might use a Bluetooth -> UDP adapter (there are many opensource
solutions for this), and then you can catch the stream with Max’s
built-in networking stuff.
However, I’ve never tried it out, so I’m not sure if this workaround
would help you or not. Theoretically it should work but you never
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> Is it possible to tirelessly stream media from a cellphone to be manipulated in jitter?
There has got to be a way to stream videos from sites like youtube or even kyte or seesmic or qik directly into max/jitter.
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