[PD] newbie: can GEM output to a file?

Paris Treantafeles paris at parisgraphics.com
Mon Mar 21 22:01:34 CET 2005

hi b and ck,

thanks both of you for the advice.

also going to dv cam isn't a bad idea at all - i like that since it 
won't slow down my computer.


On Monday, March 21, 2005, at 03:47  PM, B. Bogart wrote:

> Hi Paris,
> pix_write is what your looking for to save the buffer as a sequence of
> (upside down) stills. easy to import into QT to make into a video.
> It is VERY slow! output to video to a DV cam and recapture is lower
> quality but more flexible and does not kill gem performance.
> Someone just asked about this on the pd-list today, take a peek at the
> archives.
> b>
> Paris Treantafeles wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm still a newbie.
>> I'm creating some patches using GEM on OS X and would like to save 
>> some
>> as video files for later use or manipulation.
>> Is it possible to save some period of time of a patch as a video file?
>> What objects should I be looking at?
>> Thanks,
>> paris
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