[PD] GEM: pix_movie outlet doesnt send any signal?

Adrian nordbaer at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 11:55:58 CEST 2006

I went back to the installer of iohannes at
and it works fine now. pix_film and pix_movie gives me a nice bang at
the end of the movie when i have the pix_film started with [auto 1<

On 10/9/06, IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
> Patco wrote:
> > IOhannes m zmoelnig a écrit :
> >
> >> are you sure you are actually using the CVS-snapshot (e.g. does the
> >> splashscreen say something about CVS, or does it inidcate a quite
> >> recent build-date?) ?
> >
> > GEM: ver: 0.91-cvs
> > GEM: compiled: Sep  8 2006
> >
> > pix_film crashed pd at gemwin creation.
> > When I run pd with gdb and create the gemwin, gdb says:
> btw, i do not recall which OS you were using .
> i thought you were on OSX (according to adrian's(!) mail), and your
> mentioning of "gdb" supports this.
> but on another mail you are referring to w32-xp.
> a lot of crash-bugs are generic, however, things related to video/movie
> encoding/decoding usually are not.
> as a user you don't have to care, but you can help us by _always_ saying
> which system you are running. (no, i don't have (or intend to have) a
> database of the hardware of all bug-reporters...)
> additionally it would also be nice to know which gfx-hardware you are
> using (on the xp cvs version, chris has done some magic to circumvent
> the crappy and outdated openGL-headers that come with w32 (they really
> want you to use direct3d); this _might_ cause some problems on older
> hardware (i don't know, but it would be good if we could check...)
> mf.asdr.
> IOhannes
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