> Any Hipno users tried Macbook Pro’s built-in I-sight with
> VTheremin in Hipno? How is the compatibility?
Neither Hipno, Pluggo, Mode, nor MaxMSP are Universal Binary, yet, so
I doubt you want to use for audio applications on MacTel (will be
slow with glitches/dropout as Rosetta dynamically compiles), despite
the fact that it should run and find the camera under Rosetta (not
verified, but there’s no reason it shouldn’t work).
Universal Binary support for these products is coming, but not here
yet, despite the completely bogus reports on the "blogosphere"
recently. As previously mentioned, we’re not identifying dates at
this time, but will announce them when they’re ready.
On 25-Mar-2006, at 18:39, Joshua Kit Clayton wrote:
> Neither Hipno, Pluggo, Mode, nor MaxMSP are Universal Binary, yet,
> so I doubt you want to use for audio applications on MacTel (will
> be slow with glitches/dropout as Rosetta dynamically compiles)
Actually, I ran an hour or so of Overnight Sensation (pure Max/MSP)
on a new iMac yesterday while I was doing other stuff and it was
fine. No glitches, no dropouts.
Admittedly, Overnight Sensation doesn’t make killer demands on the
CPU. Anything with serious video might be a different story. Still,
nice to know that you can do a certain amount of real work with MSP.