any way to get round Jitter


    Apr 07 2006 | 9:51 am

    • Apr 07 2006 | 10:00 am
      unless i'm missing something you won't need firewire capability for what you're doing. just use the standard movie object and output from the computer to video projector as normal.
    • Apr 07 2006 | 10:18 am
      Build a standalone with the Jitter demo that plays movies the way you
      want to, don't forget some sync/control/... inputs via OSC/Midi/...
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    • Apr 07 2006 | 11:40 am
      Yes but that would mean i'd have to use the window of the movie object as a
      second screen, wouldn't it ?
      too bad, i do not have a video projector at home to test this...
      Seb.T
    • Apr 07 2006 | 12:51 pm
      i have used the movie-object for a fullscreen-presentation on an old
      lombard-powerbook, iirc. (under system 9.2.2 that was)
      turned off menubar.
      behind the scenes was a heavy patch working (applescript controling
      btv, recording webcam-frames, which were shown later on the screen,
      then disposed and trashed, some audio-processing, all sensor-controled.)
      worked flawlessly for a whole day without crashing.
      was for my installation arbeit / schoenheit (labor) http://www.hans-w-
      koch.net/installations/arbeit.html
      i could dig that out, if helpful.
      hth
      hans
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    • Apr 07 2006 | 1:23 pm
      ok, will try on the weekend, that patch is a bloody mess...
      at a first look i saw, i was using the movie++ object (http://
      www.watson.org/~mrjester/max/) for its enhanced cpabilities.
      nowadays i think i would go the jitter road too.
      best
      hans
      hans w. koch
      im krahnenhof 11
      d-50668 koeln
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