[PD] Gridflow [open largefile.png, bang(-->[@in] crashes Pd
gloriousclaudiusmaximus at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Jul 21 23:34:58 CEST 2004
I tried to open a 4800x3600 24bit PNG file, but it made Pd
$ cat /home/claude/.pdrc
-audiobuf 2 -blocksize 64 -sleepgrain 10
-midiindev 1 -midioutdev 1
reading startup file: /home/claude/.pdrc
Pd version 0.37.1 devel
compiled 19:56:47 Jul 10 2004
Waiting for connection request...
TCL_LIBRARY="/home/claude/public/development/pure-data-devel/pd/tcl/library" TK_LIBRARY="/home/claude/public/development/pure-data-devel/pd/tk/library" "/home/claude/public/development/pure-data-devel/pd/bin/pd-gui" 5400
pd_startgui : updater thread 16386 launched
global soundfiler thread launched, priority: 0
device 1: tried /dev/midi READ/WRITE; returned -1
device 0: tried /dev/midi00 READ/WRITE; returned 7
opened 1 MIDI input device(s) and 1 MIDI output device(s).
input channels = 0, output channels = 2
/home/claude/public/development/pure-data-devel/pd/externals/gridflow-lib/gridflow.pd_linux and succeeded
setting up Ruby-for-PureData...
[gf] This is GridFlow 0.7.6 within Ruby version 1.8.1
[gf] base/main.c was compiled on Jul 10 2004, 22:03:57
[gf] startup_cpu: using MMX optimisations
/home/claude/public/development/pure-data-devel/pd/externals/iem-lib/iemlib1.pd_linux and succeeded
iemlib1 (R-1.15) library loaded!
/home/claude/public/development/pure-data-devel/pd/externals/iem-lib/iemlib2.pd_linux and succeeded
iemlib2 (R-1.15) library loaded!
/home/claude/public/development/pure-data-devel/pd/externals/iem-lib/iem_mp3.pd_linux and succeeded
iem_mp3 (R-1.15) library loaded!
/home/claude/public/development/pure-data-devel/pd/externals/iem-lib/iem_t3_lib.pd_linux and succeeded
iem_t3_lib (R-1.15) library loaded!
here I load my patch, the relevant connections are:
[open $1, bang(
I click the [bng], select my 4800x3600 24bit PNG file and...
Pd: signal 6
socket receive error: Connection reset by peer (104)
...no more Pd.
A nicer error message would be, well, nice, and not aborting instantly
would be even nicer.
I guess this is because...
4800 * 3600 * 3 (channels) * 4 (grids are int32 by default) ~=~ 200MB
...and I only have 256MB RAM.
Is there any way to load the image directly into a (H,W,3)(uint8) grid?
And would [@store] store it like that?
Simple solution for now - resize source image to something that fits in
Ideal solution - lots and lots of RAM.
Anyone wanna donate me some memory modules - it was my birthday on
Monday, call it a late present! ;-)
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