[PD] -rt for whom?
abonnements at revolwear.com
Mon Jul 5 17:48:37 CEST 2004
so -rt is just necessary if precise timing (latency) really matters (in
audio), while for video it's better without -rt but it does not mean
that my pd will be completely out of time ;) right?
P.S. i'll be back in montréal next tuesday!
Am 05.07.2004 um 16:57 schrieb patrick:
> hi max!
> patrick from montreal (11h11.com).
> a quick note about pure data in realtime mode :
> first of all, if you're doing audio, you should chmod +s on
> /usr/bin/pd and
> then add -rt to your .pdrc
> if you're doing video, for me it's not working when i'm in RT mode:
> then, i would say that the REALTIME mode is for audio : with jack and
> low-latency kernel.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Max Neupert" <abonnements at revolwear.com>
> To: <pd-list at iem.at>
> Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 1:35 PM
> Subject: [PD] -rt for whom?
>> who should use -rt? who not?
>> what does it do?
>> Am 03.07.2004 um 19:05 schrieb chris clepper:
>>> On Jul 3, 2004, at 6:35 AM, aym3ric wrote:
>>>> Bugs/Issues: everything is fine, have some weird issues in RT
>>>> not GEM related but really annoying (GEM 0.90 + RT =
>>>> freeze/crash/watchdog, PDP 0.12.3 + RT + GLX window =
>>> I think a similar thing happens on OSX using -rt as well. The GUI
>>> locks up when the CPU loads gets high although GEM continues to
>>> to the window. I've always thought it had to do with GEM
>>> the video hardware and not giving other processes a chance to draw,
>>> and do other UI events. The problem seemed to stem from OSX's GUI
>>> being an OpenGL process itself, but looks like that might not be the
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