[PD] help rendering videos on a Windows machine, problems with encoder ? pix_film gems.movies

chris clepper cgclepper at gmail.com
Sat Oct 2 22:53:39 CEST 2010

Changing the size of the window points more to OpenGL problems than video
codecs.  Make sure you have properly functioning OpenGL - Microsoft tried to
kill GL on Vista so it is not always installed properly.

On Sat, Oct 2, 2010 at 4:07 PM, Fernando Krum <ferkrum at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi there,
> sorry if i'm repeating same questions here, but i couldn't find it anywhere
> searching the list..
> i'm trying to playback videos on a Windows Vista machine.
> when i first place a pix_film object on Pd the console confirms directshow
> and quicktime support.
> i am using gems.movies from pdmtl abstractions, i have used it really well
> on a ubuntu machine,
> but on windows it wont play normally.
> i am using photo-jpeg encoding for the videos and
> a 44.1khz wav audio file with same filename for playback.
> when i try to go fullscreen it decreases performance a lot and drop frames
> on the go.
> anybody has ever went through a problem like this ?
> would you tell me which encoder should i use for optimal playback
> for my files ??
> thank you very much for your help...
> cheers.
> ferkrum.
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