interpolation times


    Jan 18 2007 | 12:19 pm
    hi,
    i need help, please.
    i wonder how to do to have several different time interpolation with only one pattrstorage. does somebody know ?
    and if it's not possible with only one pattrstorage, how do you do to have only one xml file for all pattrstorage ?
    thx.
    here's the beginning patch:

    • Jan 18 2007 | 8:13 pm
      fp wrote: > i wonder how to do to have several different time interpolation with > only one pattrstorage. does somebody know ?
      probably Jeremy... ;-)
      Your patch unfortunately doesn't tell too much what you want to do, I just see that you use two pvars with the same reference. A bug in Max prevented at least in the past that this would work reliably.
      I think in general you can recall only parts of a preset. and leave other stored objects remain with their values. And if you do interpolation over time you have to direct the recalling to just those. If thats what you are after...
      Stefan
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    • Jan 18 2007 | 9:03 pm
      Is this true?
      Do you have any information or specifics on this bug? It might explain some oddities I was having with a patch. Much thanks!
      On Jan 18, 2007, at 3:13 PM, Stefan Tiedje wrote:
      > > Your patch unfortunately doesn't tell too much what you want to do, > I just see that you use two pvars with the same reference. A bug in > Max prevented at least in the past that this would work reliably. >
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    • Jan 18 2007 | 11:36 pm
    • Jan 19 2007 | 3:36 pm
      vade wrote: > Is this true? > > Do you have any information or specifics on this bug? It might explain > some oddities I was having with a patch. Much thanks!
      Maybe two or three years ago I came across it and reported, the replies did not made me believe it will ever be corrected... I was pointed to pattr, which is fine and better in most cases, but it has not multiple outputs. A pattrbackward or even better a pattrvar with multiple ins and outs would happily make me skip pvar for the rest of my patching life...
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