I'm working on a patch thats syncing visuals to music, and I want to sync the quicktime playback to external MIDI clock.
Right now I'm doing this by getting MIDI clock into Max using rtin - sel 248 which gives me a bang on every midi clock tick (1/96) and this bangs are routed to jit.qt.move.
If i use the external object lnth (which only lets every n-th bang come through) I can filter it by 6 to get 1/16 or by 3 to get 1/32, and that gives me 16 FPS at 120 BPM. But that is not enough, that's why I would like to use 1/64 that would give me more usable 32 FPS at 120 BPM (I'm mostly working in the range 100-120 bpm). The problem is, I would have to filter MIDI clock by 1.5 which is impossible to do the way I'm doing it now.
So basically I would like to know if anyone has any suggestions how to get 1/64 out of MIDI clock, or maybe I'm overlooking some other better way to MIDI sync QT playback altogether?