Making a Standalone for windows as well as for mac


    Apr 27 2013 | 11:09 pm
    I am using various jit.qt.movies - I want to make a standalone that works in mac and in windows
    I know windows uses jit.qx.movie?
    How do I go about making a standalone for both Operating systems?

    • Apr 27 2013 | 11:49 pm
      Aren't you confusing jit.dx.grab and jit.qt.grab ?
      jit.qt.movie is also available under Windows.
      For the grab objects you can use jit.grab which is a wrapper for both jit.dx.grab and jit.qt.grab.
    • Apr 28 2013 | 1:21 am
      Yeah I was a little confused.
      Anyways my question I guess is if there is a way to make a windows application from maxmsp 6 osx
    • Apr 28 2013 | 11:33 am
      you need a mac to compile a Max application for amc, a Windows to compile a Max application for Windows. Though you can make collective for both from one, as well as project/patchers. The difference between collective and standalone application is that you still need at least a max runtime to run the collective.