[PD] cooled_ for video

Derek Holzer derek at umatic.nl
Thu Jan 10 01:17:39 CET 2008

Elementary, my dear Watson.... Random autoscratch is quite easy to do 
with [pix_video] actually. You just send it frame numbers and it plays 
them back. Sara Kolster and I designed a "video granulator" for her live 
sets around this idea, using only [pix_video] and some fairly simple 
dataflow stuff to compute [line] ramps through fractions of the range of 
framenumbers which [pix_video] spits out.


Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> That sounds like a tall order, but very useful.  Do you mean in Gem,  
> PDP, C, C++, etc?
> .hc
> On Jan 6, 2008, at 2:16 PM, <bigswift at cox.net> <bigswift at cox.net> wrote:
>> I am wondering how one might create a video version of sevvy's  
>> cooled extra.
>> I would like to load in video clips and have them randomly auto- 
>> scratch at very least
>> Just looking for some perspectives on how to approach this
>> pp
>> Patrick Pagano
>> Sound and Light Technologist
>> School of Theatre and Dance
>> University of Florida
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