[PD] dmx and pd
tectp at telefonica.net
Sat Jun 19 09:29:21 CEST 2010
Thanks very much Martin, looks like an interesting project to understand
the workings of dmx a bit better.
best regards, Nick.
On 06/18/2010 05:58 PM, Martin Peach wrote:
> Here's the patch. It's a bit messy but you can probably morph it into
> what you want.
> Martin Peach wrote:
>> You can definitely use the DMX USB pro with [comport]. I have a patch
>> somewhere that I tested with a DMX dimmer.
>> You basically need to send a header and the control values as a list
>> of bytes.
>> has the protocol.
>> If I find the patch I'll post it.
>> Nick Burge wrote:
>>> I would like to use pd to control some lights via a wii device. I am
>>> on linux 10.04.
>>> I have the wii up and running in pd, I have compiled dmx512 from the
>>> iem repository, and have the objects dmxin and dmx out in my
>>> pd/extra directory. Since these objects depend upon dmx4linux I
>>> tried to compile the dmx4linux programme which is supposed to create
>>> a dev/dmx directory...... but so far it does'nt do so. The latest
>>> version goes back to 2008, so it may not be viable with Lucid.??
>>> Typing dmesg i see my dmx usb pro interface is recognised as
>>> dev/ttyUSB0 when i plug it in.
>>> But the pd objects will not create.
>>> Does anyone on the list have a viable dmx system (preferably using
>>> enttec dmx usb pro) set up on linux that they could inform me about?
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