Spigot~ and QT 7


    Mar 17 2006 | 11:07 am
    This has to be brought up regulary, sorry,
    When is spigot~, or any other method of geting sound of a movie into
    MSP, going to be possible with Quicktime 7?
    Its essential and does need a soultion.
    Stefan
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    • Mar 17 2006 | 11:28 am
      Stefan -
      As we have mentioned repeatedly, most recently yesterday, this is under
      development. We thank you for your patience -- solving this problem has
      not been easy and we understand that you've been waiting for a while.
      Every email I have to write repeating this takes several minutes out of
      the time I would have to spend finishing the fix. Furthermore, you know
      that this is a priority for us, and there's no amount of pressure that's
      going to make it come faster than it's going to come. You've been part
      of this community long enough to be keenly aware of that.
      And speaking personally, there is absolutely no sense in repeatedly
      pushing my buttons -- it just gets on my nerves.
      If you need a solution yesterday, plug the audio output of your computer
      into the audio input, or downgrade to OS X.3 with QuickTime 6.
      jb
    • Mar 17 2006 | 4:28 pm
      Or *split* your movie files (can be done in batch with jit.qt.movie)
      into movie and sound files to use with sfplay~. Again, has been
      mentioned several times and it provides more rocust playback
      possibilities that those provided by earlier versions of spigot~.
      -Joshua
    • Mar 17 2006 | 7:30 pm
      I have a workaround that I can post if anyone is interested. First you must
      open your movie in Quicktime and export the sound as a separate file giving
      it the same name as the video (video.mov, video.aif). Then sync the loop
      and playback of jit.qt.movie and sfplay~ with common messages. This works
      for simple playing. Obviously there is a bit more work if you want to sync
      random access.
      Cheers,
      Gary Lee Nelson
      TIMARA Department
      Oberlin College
      www.timara.oberlin.edu/GaryLeeNelson
    • Mar 19 2006 | 4:08 am
      Or route system sound out to SoundFlower and set Max input to same. An ADC~
      and a DAC~ with a gain slider in between and you're done.
      Cheers,
      Gary Lee Nelson
      TIMARA Department
      Oberlin College
      www.timara.oberlin.edu/GaryLeeNelson
    • Jul 16 2006 | 12:12 pm
      my workaround is to patch the first 2 channels of the audio interface back in.
      works only with multichannel audio card, but sure is less effort than working with splitted files.
      best,
      david