im using the new p5osc object with my p5 glove. I have it working fin sending data on the localhost down port 7000.
However i then have a udprecieve with arguments for localhost and port 7000 except the max window keeps displaying:
net.recv.udp:Bad size count 1275068416 in OSC bundle (only 76 bytes left in entire bundle)
does anybody know why this is. This method worked fine using the old p5osc, however the new one working on an intel macbook for some reason isnt wanting to work for me.
Same problem here, any body can help?
Where did this new p5osc object come from?
Actaully, isn’t a max object but a p5 driver that sends "osc" data to max to be received through "udprecieve"
Also there is a p5-glove object in MIDI Digits, a max patch that handle p5 data.
What I want to know is: what "@net.recv.udp:Bad size count 1275068416 in OSC bundle (only 76 bytes left in entire bundle)" means.
I know thing thing you mean. I wrapped it in a Max object here:
It sounds like it’s sending malformed OSC. I haven’t tested any of this stuff in a few years, unfortunately. I’ll dig around for my p5 glove.
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