Joe Reinsel joereinsel1 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 22:31:39 CET 2007

yeah that is what I was thinking. I am an experienced Jitter user that the
Uni I am teaching at does not have the money for the licenses.

Jitter has always been my standby for many projects but I  think PD will
work for this class next semester.

I just wish PD had segmented patch cords.

On Dec 3, 2007 4:25 PM, vade <doktorp at mac.com> wrote:

> Well, Ive used both, I use Jitter pretty much exclusively. I suggest using
> PD Extended to help with the install, GEM is nice and fast for most things,
> but is more suited to 3D (GEM is a wrapper for OpenGL, not video
> exclusively, so inherits some of that in its design), than to video per se.
> Its video effects are (maybe be?) somewhat limiting, but it does support
> shaders (despite some issues), but not stream processing (at least, no one
> has shown an example of that just yet, and whats been tried has not worked),
> so building sets of effects that arent out of box accelerated on the GPU may
> be of some issue - if you want to go that route.
> If you are willing to spend the money, I highly suggest Jitter.
> I am a bit biased however, im simply much more used to working with Jitter
> than GEM, but all I can say is I tried playing with video in PD and felt I
> needed to look elsewhere for what *I* wanted to do.
> But explore it, GEM has plenty of opportunities to be creative and do
> awesome work, and you cannot beat the price. There is plenty of great work
> being done with it.
> On Dec 3, 2007, at 4:06 PM, Joe Reinsel wrote:
> Hi,
> I am looking for anyone on the list who might be able to talk about
> similarites and difference of PD/PDP/PiDiP/GEM and MAX/MSP/Jitter.
> I am interested in hearing most about experiences with video processing in
> PD.
> thanks,
> --
> Joe Reinsel
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