[PD] PiDiP rec~

Ian Smith-Heisters heisters at 0x09.com
Mon May 3 04:19:25 CEST 2004

This was libquicktime 0.9.2, which I tried to downgrade to 0.9.1. I googled for information on installing old
libraries over newer ones, but didn't find any tips, so I just downloaded the source and make installed over
the apt-get version. Either this didn't work, or libquicktime 0.9.1 has the same problems on my computer. I
would have removed libquicktime1 (0.9.2 from apt) and then installed 0.9.1 from source, but I'm using the
debian package of pidip, and that gets removed when I remove libquicktime1...

Is there any workaround? I essentially need to be able to record a few minutes of video/lots of jpegs, it
doesn't need to be on the harddrive neccessarily.

Thank you,

> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: [PD] PiDiP rec~
> From: "Yves Degoyon" <ydegoyon at free.fr>
> Date: Sun, May 02, 2004 3:28 pm
> To: "Ian Smith-Heisters" <heisters at 0x09.com>, PD-list at iem.at
> hi,
> with which version of libquicktime
> this is happening ??
> i'm sorry, i still recommend libquicktime 0.9.1
> for the newest ones haven't been proven to
> do a good job up to now..
> suerte,
> sevy
> Ian Smith-Heisters wrote:
> >Howdy,
> >
> >I've got an issue trying to record from my Logitech Quickcam Pro 4000
> with pdp_rec~. I put pdp in its own
> >thread, open /dev/video0, create a window, hit the [metro 40] and the
> image shows up fine and pretty. I then
> >send "compressor raw" to pdp_rec~ and open ./001.mov then hit start. I
> then get a long list of this:
> >
> >quicktime_encode_video_stub called
> >pdp_rec~ : error writing frame : ret=1
> >
> >Tried it with "compressor jpeg" too and I got a crash and segmentation
> fault. I also tried putting pdp_affine
> >in between v4l and rec~, with no effect. I also tried the help patch
> for pdp_rec~ with the same results.
> >
> >I can live for the time being without this object if I have a way of
> capturing sequential frames as jpegs, but
> >I can't find an object in the pdp reference that does that. Maybe
> there's some way of just writing packets to
> >an array?
> >
> >Thanks, sorry I'm having so many problems these days. I'd make y'all
> cookies, but they'd get stale in the
> >mail.
> >
> >-Ian
> >
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