[PD] GEM pix_image+ram

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Thu Apr 30 13:24:28 CEST 2009

stefan wrote:
> I don't succeed to use the hottest gem...
> anyway I will explain some others things I observe about that bug...
> (using os X 10.5 + pd-0.41.4-extended-20090429)
> with pix_film and .mov files there is no problem
> (but there is a problem with still images when pix_film is used as
> pix_image)

that is quite interesting, as i think that Gem is agnostic whether 
[pix_film] opens an image or a film: it just passes the request to 
QuickTime (which might then return a 1-frame "film")

> with pix_buffer, when the buffer is looped there is no problem
>> when I resize the buffer using [resize $1(
> the used memory increase
>> if I resize to a buffer with less frames the used-memory decrease...but...
> each times I resize pix_buffer there is a little bit less ram disponible..

that's something else and more interesting (in terms of fixability) for me.
could you please post an example patch that exposes this behaviour?

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