you want to look at [jit.net.send] and [jit.net.recv]. [udpsend] and
[udpreceive] only send max messages, so you’re sending the pointers to the
jitter matrices (e.g. ‘jit_matrix uxxxxxxxxx’), not the jitter matrices
themselves. that’s why it works on a local machine and not over a network.
On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 12:39 AM, Che Edoga wrote:
> Something that I feel like should work…sending a matrix out over
> udpsend…doesn’t. If I us Jit.dx.grab…and then connect the output to a
> jit.matrix…then I can connect the output of that to a UDPsend object. I
> can use UDPreceive on the local host computer, but if I send it out over the
> LAN, and use UDPreceive on another computer I get…nothing. Any help would
> be greatly appreciated.
> I’m running two PCs 1.2 ghz processors with 1 gig of ram…or a mac ppc
> 2.2ghz with 1 gig of ram…not that that really matters all that much.