Is there a way of recording the graphics displayed on a render window to a .mov file in order to play back that render sequence (in a simple movie file) without having to run the patch every time?
Ie The graphics displayed in render window will be recorded to a .mov file.
have a look at jit.gl.render-tomatrix.pat which is in the jitter examples folder.
I had a look to
and asking me in what does 2nd patcher example
> p desktop_render
use hardware acceleration as it is said ?
because of the arguments in jit.window ?
(@visible 0 @depthbuffer 1)
because of the jit.desktop, faster than a jit.matrix could be ?
Other thing, now about 3rd patch
> p glreadpixels_render
would this technic be really faster/optimal than the 1st patcher which has a simple jit.matrix ? why ?
need somme light.
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