Now in Beta, Code Export lets you take your Gen creations outside of Max. This is a new and experimental feature, so we hope you’ll try it and let us know how it works for you. The exported code assumes familiarity with development environments. We will be working on improving the exported code and template projects for your development purposes. In this initial version, you can:
- Use gen~ to export C++ audio code. This code can be used in your own code development projects. In this release, the exported code is optimized for use in developing VST and AU plugins. We will provide project templates and limited documentation for this.
- Use jit.gl.pix to create GLSL shaders for image processing. This outputs a JXS (XML) file that includes the vertex and fragment shaders, ready to use in other OpenGL environments. We will provide an HTML5 WebGL example page that reads the generated shader and applies it to a loaded movie.
We hope you will give this a try and let us know what other export targets or Code Export improvements you would like to see in future versions of Gen.