Sending matrix over UDPsend


    Nov 29 2008 | 5:39 am
    Hey,
    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.
    DB

    • Nov 29 2008 | 5:55 am
      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.
      best.
      /luke
      On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 12:39 AM, Che Edoga wrote:
      >
      > Hey,
      >
      > 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.
      >
      > DB
      >
    • Nov 29 2008 | 6:18 am
      dude...thank you so freeking much. Amazing.
      DB
    • Nov 30 2008 | 2:53 pm
      Hello everybody,
      who can help me in urgent:
      how can I link Jit.rota to jit.window ? or can I get any
      transformation to jit.window ( e.g. jit.rata, jit.repos....)
      doesn't jit.pwindow have a fullscreen?
      thanks so much!
      Shing-kwei
      >
    • Nov 30 2008 | 6:08 pm