[PD] difference between protocol

Kevin McCoy km.takewithyou at gmail.com
Sun Feb 4 17:21:20 CET 2007

If I'm correct, OSC sends only UDP, which doesn't have any packet
verification.  I don't really know what that means or how it works but I
remember reading that somewhere.

If another program is OSC-capable it sort of streamlines the message
process.  I often use OSC between Processing and Pd and it's super easy.


On 2/4/07, juto aviten <periclite at free.fr> wrote:
> Hi pders,
> just a simple question :
> what's the real difference for you between netsend/netreceive/netserver
> & OSC objects?
> I don't see real difference between both of it in term of transmitting a
> tcp/udp message through network...
> Maybe I missed something amazing somewhere...
> thanx
> juto
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