[PD] DMX oriented library for PD?
vincent.rioux at no-log.org
Thu Jun 19 14:37:35 CEST 2008
yep, i saw that but could not figure out how to compile it at first,
just retried and it seems to have compiled gracefully:
just a little note for others who might find it useful :
tar xzf dmx4linux-2.6.1.tar.gz
cp dmx4linux2.6.1.patch dmx4linux-2.6.1
patch -p1 < dmx4linux2.6.1.patch
and the usual
sudo make install
then compiling the extension
it might be good to include this note in your readme.txt (?)
I get this error message when i try to load it but i guess this is
because i don't have any dmx-usb device (yet) ;-)
dmxin.pd_linux: undefined symbol: DMXINdev dmxin
Do you have then an idea of the message rate that this devices can handle?
IOhannes m zmoelnig a écrit :
> Vincent Rioux wrote:
>> Wtf2osc sounds really interesting.
>> I would like to be able to send pretty fast values on 24 channels.
>> What would be the best Enttec-DMX-USB-Pro or the uDMX?
> btw, there is a dmx-external for linux in iem/dmx512 supporting both
> including to objects [dmxin] and [dmxout].
> the project i wrote these objects for is right now under development.
> i am currently using the enttec open dmx, but hope that my pro model
> will soon be delivered.
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