networking info


    Feb 28 2006 | 12:36 pm
    Just wondering people's thoughts on the best, fastest, most robust method of communicating data over networks -- otudp/OSC, mxj net.udp.senc/recv, the jitter ones (can't remember the name), or any 3rd party ones I don't know about (I remember there being a netsend~/netreceive~ pair somewhere)?
    thoughts?
    J.

    • Feb 28 2006 | 1:54 pm
      hi,
      i am stuck with the fact that any vst-plug i create that contains
      more than one plugout~ opject (with correct arguments of the desired
      outputpair) crashes logic pro 7.1's au-valiation tool and live 5.03.
      below is a most simple patch that crashes as vst. if you remove the
      second plugout~ (3 4) object it runs fine.
      i remember using multiouts without a problem som time ago but not
      anymore.
      does anyone have an idea ?
      thanks in advance,
      tatsu.
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    • Feb 28 2006 | 2:00 pm
    • Feb 28 2006 | 2:13 pm
      Or you can implement OSC in Java and access it from MXJ. At the
      moment I have OSC transmission running over UDP and under TCP; OSC
      reception is partly done, and I also want to look into supporting
      Multicasting.
      -- N.
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