Crashing out jit.broadcast


    Jan 20 2009 | 7:05 pm
    I'm playing around with settings for jit.broadcast, including matrix size and quality. If I turn them up too much Max crashes immediately without any kind of alert, and I find the following in the console log:
    20/01/2009 19:01:09 [0x0-0xb0db0d].com.cycling74.MaxMSP[29673] MultiFramedRTPSink::afterGettingFrame1(): The input frame data was too large for our buffer size (60772). 68679 bytes of trailing data was dropped! Correct this by increasing "OutPacketBuffer::maxSize" to at least 129451, *before* creating this 'RTPSink'. (Current value is 60000.) 20/01/2009 19:01:09 [0x0-0xb0db0d].com.cycling74.MaxMSP[29673] StreamParser internal error (149999+ 4 > 150000)
    What am I doing wrong? What I'm after is high-resolution streaming between machines on the same LAN with minimal compression artefacts.
    -- N.
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    • Mar 17 2010 | 4:49 pm
      Nick did you ever find a solution? I am having the same similar problem... no crashing but what ever i turn the @size to it always opens the stream up at the preset resolution from max 160 200... I need it to be higher. Any thoughts?