I am having difficulty receiving OSC messages from an iOS app using the mxj net objects.
When I use the udpreceive object, the OSC messages arrive intact, but when I use the mxj net.* objects, only the parameter address arrives, without the associated values.
The iOS app is sending > and the packet looks like
udpreceive prints "/parameter_name 1.5464353"
mxj net.* prints "/paramter_name" only.
Perhaps my iOS app is not formatting the OSC messages correctly for the mxj net objects, but udpreceive can handle it?
Is there any documentation on OSC formatting for mxj objects?
The mxj objects offer multicasting, which is the reason for not using the udpreceive object.
Any suggestions for getting OSC values using mxj net objects, or another work around for multicast udp receive in Max?
Right now, my workaround is to append the parameter_address with the value itself and then parsing the parameter_address in Max.
I'm using the vvosc library in the iOS app, in cast anyone is familiar with the way vvosc formats osc messages.
thanks in advance!