I am developing a patch in which I would like to load audio files along with user-defined tags that accompany each file. These tags contain, the information for each file. It would be nice to store the tags with the audio itself somehow, but I know that .wav and .aiff files can't have ID3 tags, associated with them. One idea I had would be to store the information separately in a text file that maps each file name to a set of tags,. However, this seems inconvenient, especially if I decide to rename the files, for example. I'm also not sure how easy it would be to parse such a file in Max/MSP. Any tips?
to pick the tag. But whenever I restart max the select stops working -- even though the text is still perfectly correct. If I then copy,I am trying to use RFID tags to trigger images using fpic. The RFID tags go something like: 330085AD8398 I have been trying to use select, this by using coll to assign eg. 330085AD8398, 1; and then use select to pick 1. But coll does not seem to want to work with the tag strings, either. I am new to max and I hope someone will be able to help me with his. The coll .txt looks like this: 7E001FF39F0D, 1; 7E001FFB0D97
hello all I'm trying to remove html tags from messages using regexp. The patch below seems to work. But when the message doesn't contain, any html tags, regexp doesn't pass it through. Does anyone know how I can get around this, so ALL messages with, or without html tags will pass through regexp? Thanks a lot. Jonathan
hi - i want to access and add tags to images from within a max patch (print, send into message objects etc.). is there a way to do, been tagged using picasa. however those tags don't show up in the file browser with the images. why is this? i thought tags are embedded in the data file and move with the image, not software specific? thanks, josh
that does it for this week’s little tag-team-down-the-rabbit-hole Max for Live device outing. We hope you’ve found something interesting and inspiring – as devices, and as sources of departure.,This month’s look at Max for Live devices has turned out to be an exercise in synchronicity - nosing around on sites like maxforlive.com,: plug-ins that have their origins in the practice of playing a physical instrument. So, this week's Max for Live Sighting is a twofer - oh,, wait - it's a threefer! When it comes to the first of these Max for Live devices, I’ll let Tom start off. One of my favorite things to do