[PD] [PD-dev] puredata/gridflow/webcam driver=which are supported?
jack at rybn.org
Sat Aug 15 19:14:53 CEST 2009
Le samedi 15 août 2009 à 19:10 +0200, Jack a écrit :
> Personally, i use the bridge between GEM and Gridflow for camera because
> [#camera] crash Pd when i select device #0. (Ubuntu 9.04 with GF 0.9.5
> compiled on Aug 3 2009).
> And it works fine !
> However (and i don't know why) the examples 'frequency_mask',
> 'nervous_video' and 'videodev_effects' in GF example crash Pd too when i
> open them.
> Do you know why ?
For information, here the error in the terminal :
error: ioctl VIDIOCSPICT: Invalid argument
this driver is unsupported: it wants palette 8 instead of 15
warning: no channel #0
pd_gui: pd process exited
Erreur de segmentation
> Le samedi 15 août 2009 à 12:34 -0400, Mathieu Bouchard a écrit :
> > On Fri, 7 Aug 2009, zmoelnig at iem.at wrote:
> > > please not that "GridFlow" is not "PD", nor is it the only way to access
> > > a camera in Pd. does the camera work with Gem or pdp? if it works with
> > > Gem, you could use the Gem2GF bridge (which you have turned off in your
> > > configuration process, btw)
> > What's really weird is that it's not just about trying with this or that
> > video-library, it's also about which video-libraries are loaded. I had to
> > remove -lib Gem sometimes. I don't know what to do about the ATI driver
> > bug/conflict. Do you have any idea how this could be solved permanently? I
> > think it's something like the definition of the C++ keyword «throw» is
> > partially contained in the C++ standard library, of which 2 different
> > versions are loaded at once, and the «throw» of one of them clashes with
> > the «try»/«catch» implementation... I suppose the latter is compiled
> > inline while part of «throw» is not.
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