Windows Video Optimisation

    May 25 2017 | 9:33 pm
    I'm porting my Scratch Yourself Stupid installation to Windows.
    It loads video files into separate audio and video buffers and scratches them using a couple of jogwheels. It uses ipoke~ for the audio and the audio index position to set the frame.
    Originally I learnt from Vades Jitter optimisation methods
    I'm wondering if anyone could help get me up to speed. Which is best for this hap ot viddll? Anything I should know for quick loading and video scrubbing?
    I have a SSD so that should help. My files are currently PJpeg .movs. Guess I'll need to fix that....

    • May 26 2017 | 7:20 pm
      photo-jpeg should work fine with viddll engine.
      the vade optimizations are no longer entirely relevant. they only thing you need to do now is use and @output_texture 1 for the most optimized playback.
    • May 26 2017 | 7:36 pm
      So no advantage of avi over mov containers with the viddll engine on Windows then?