Using jit.desktop, this works fine on OSX. It does not work on windows (XP, I'm running max/msp 4.6.2 , jitter 1.6.2)...there is just black space where the video should be showing up (so I suspect that on windows, it is querying the operating system before, or at a different level than which, the stream is painted onto the display).
Does anyone know of a way around this on windows? Or any other method to get an internet video stream into a jitter matrix?
(worst case scenario: I'll have an older mac laptop that grabs the frames and sends jitter matrices to me on ethernet...not so bad, but extra equipment to lug around...)