[PD] recording GEM output weird framerate

cyrille henry ch at chnry.net
Mon Aug 9 13:11:33 CEST 2010

here is a simple abstraction that output the real rendering frequency.
it help a lot to track this kind of problem.

Le 09/08/2010 13:02, Lazzaro Nicolò Ciccolella a écrit :
>   Il 09/08/10 12.26, Lazzaro Nicolò Ciccolella ha scritto:
>> Il 09/08/10 12.17, Marco Donnarumma ha scritto:
>>> Hi all,
>>> it's been a week now I'm struggling to record properly a GEM output,
>>> reading archives and forums.
>>> I have fairly complex audiovisual patch with multiple geos, four
>>> pix_snaps to create motion blur effect for 1280x320 res, and data
>>> exchange through local network.
>>> However I can record in a really good quality using both pix_record
>>> or pix_write.
>>> The problem is the recorded video is faster than the actual one.
> Hi, apologize me if it is a dumb answer, but if you apply very intensive
> motion bur and other stuf in your patch the speed of what you see in
> your gem box will be very slow. The sequence of images that is generated
> will necessarily faster than what you see when the patch is running.
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