[PD] max -> pd jitter -> gem etc.
hans at eds.org
Mon Oct 20 06:10:53 CEST 2003
I forgot to mention the Pure Data Base, its a keyword searchable
database of externals from Pd. Its a little out of date, but still
On Sunday, Oct 19, 2003, at 22:34 America/New_York, doktorp wrote:
> Hi, thanks for your reply =)
> I have been checking most of what comes with the sourceforge 0.37 dmg
> installer for OS X, but the list of externals in the extra folder,
> is,.. well, just that.
> is there any list of functionality for each object... ? I would prefer
> to spend most of my time trying to work on my patch than trying to
> figure out how to =)
> is tigital gcc from arstechnica? if so hi =).
> that is great news about tcl/tk. oh joy. oh joy.
> On Oct 19, 2003, at 10:25 PM, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> On Sunday, Oct 19, 2003, at 20:18 America/New_York, doktorp wrote:
>>> a very newb-ish question regarding the built in functionality of PD
>>> and Gem with regards to Max/Jitter.
>>> Im trying to port some of my jitter patches to Gem, and found myself
>>> is there an object in PD (or an external), that is the equivalent of
>>> is there a good list of the major externals, and their essential
>>> aspects anywhere?
>> Install the MacOS X installer and look in /usr/local/lib/pd/extra.
>> That's a decent list of the externals that are available, minus the
>> ones that are in libs (Gem, PDP, IEMlib*, xsample, vasp, zexy).
>> There are a lot more that aren't yet included as well. You can see
>> most of those in CVS.
>> Dave Sabine PDDP help patches are really great for this too since
>> they link to similar objects. They are included in both the MacOS X
>> and Windows installers.
>>> or a max->pd guide?
>>> essentially I want to be able to make a sort of video patch bay and
>>> be able to shoot video to subpatches and route them around as
>>> needed, (ie pix_filmYUV to some abstracted router, to say,
>>> yuv_adjust etc etc. however I dont want anything hard coded/patched
>>> so to speak.
>>> The matrixctrl/matrix is essentially what I would love to have.
>>> id be more than happy to send my max patch out so someone can
>>> decypher what it is I mean =).
>>> also, is there any planned native PD for OS X editor in the work? Im
>>> enjoying being able to use paradiddle for make a nice front end for
>>> my patch, but id love to have something that looks as good (well,
>>> better than), max. sorry if saying that is a faux pas, but tcl/tk
>>> isnt exactly the best on OS X.
>> There will be good news soon on this front: tigital is porting Tcl/Tk
>> to CoreGraphics on OSX. He said its already making a huge >> difference.
>>> thanks for any input.
>>> PD really shines. Gem and PD run faster and smoother on OS X that
>>> most (if not all) similar video tools. I cant wait to see where
>>> everything goes.
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>> -John Gilmore
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