[PD] Gemwin as Capture Driver to use in other software

chris clepper cgclepper at gmail.com
Wed Jan 31 17:26:56 CET 2007

GEM renders all of the geometry on the graphics card, so it has to be read
back to the CPU memory first which is a slow process.  Also, I do not know
of any standard to share frames of video between applications.  You will
surely get much better performance from two machines running one app each
and using a video mixer or switcher to change between them.

On 1/31/07, Peter Forde <smokemorecrack at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello List,
> Is it possible to export the gemwin to other software in real-time. It
> seems
> to there are other softwares that can screen record and send this on such
> as
> Softcam, this uses up too much CPU and is highhly unstable. I just need
> another programme on the same machine to accept gem's output as an input..
> Is it possible to turn it into a capture driver. If this was so the other
> software might recognise it.
> I need to be able to run Pd through another resolume so that in a live
> environment I can jump between one setup and the other without effecting
> the
> 2nd display's output.
> I am running on WinXP and Pd extended 38.2.
> Thanks a lot.
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