jit.qt.record


    Feb 25 2008 | 9:02 pm
    I have a question:
    what would be the best way to render out a movie using the 'write'
    command (using the jit.qt.record object) to another volume?
    I tried entering an absolute path in front of the filename but
    nothing happened:
    /Volumes/myhd/video/mymovie
    is there some other way to write out a movie to a volume hanging off
    the root?
    config:
    OS X 10.4.11
    G4 PB 1.67GHz
    =========
    Max/MSP 4.6.3
    Jitter 1.6.3
    Pluggo 3.6.0
    Soundflower 1.2

    • Feb 25 2008 | 9:42 pm
      is your main harddrive named anything like "Macintosh HD"?
      I recently noticed that Max really doesn't like filepaths that
      contain spaces such as above, and this seems to affect also filepaths
      to other disks.
      after I renamed the main harddrive too a good unix-compatible name,
      suddenly everything was working.
      >I have a question:
      >what would be the best way to render out a movie using the 'write'
      >command (using the jit.qt.record object) to another volume?
      >I tried entering an absolute path in front of the filename but
      >nothing happened:
      >/Volumes/myhd/video/mymovie
      >is there some other way to write out a movie to a volume hanging off the root?
      >
      >config:
      >OS X 10.4.11
      >G4 PB 1.67GHz
      >=========
      >Max/MSP 4.6.3
      >Jitter 1.6.3
      >Pluggo 3.6.0
      >Soundflower 1.2
    • Feb 25 2008 | 10:07 pm
    • Feb 25 2008 | 11:14 pm