[PD] good video codec for gem+windows ?
stefanpiat at gmail.com
Sun Oct 3 16:39:26 CEST 2010
no I don't find a solution,
I think maybe to encode in .mjpg could do the trick
(or to force to using QTsupport as Iohannes suggest)
but I don't have anymore this windows machine to test
2010/10/2 Fernando Krum <ferkrum at gmail.com>
> Hi there Stéfan,
> did you manage to get through this ?
> i'm sort of having the same problem here...
> trying to play video files on a Vista machine with pix_film support for
> DirectShow and Quicktime.
> when i try to play a video encoded on Photo-JPG on pix_film, the video
> gets really slow. When I make it fullscreen, the CPU load goes over 200%.
> Does anybody knows why is that happening ?
> I have tried Apple Photo-Jpg and Photo JPEG as encoder for pix_film.
> the movie is a .MOV.
> thanx a lot for your attention,
> Fernando Krum.
> 2010/9/3 stéfan piat <stefanpiat at gmail.com>
> thanks for clarifying this
>> when I create pix_film I have this in the pd-console:
>> pix_film:: directshow support
>> pix_film:: quicktime support
>> when I open a .mov file (photo-jpeg) I have this:
>> [pix_filmNEW]: opening movie.mov with format 1908
>> Trying DirectShow
>> error: Unable to connect filters -2147220969
>> [pix_filmNEW]: ...
>> [pix_filmNEW]: loaded file: movie.mov with 1266 frames (720x405) at
>> 1266.000000 fps
>> how could i force pix_film to use Quicktime ?
>> 2010/9/3 IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>
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>>> On 09/03/2010 12:01 AM, stéfan piat wrote:
>>> > I read somewher that pd-extended has to be build with quicktime support
>>> > play well .mov files
>>> where did you read this?
>>> Pd-extended currently does not build Gem at all on w32, it takes the
>>> official binary release, which includes QuickTime support.
>>> you can easily check whether yuo do have QuickTime support if you have a
>>> look what's printed to the pd-console when you first create a [pix_film]
>>> anyhow, the problem you probably have is, that DirectShow is able to
>>> open the film quite well, so QuickTime is never tried.
>>> you have to force [pix_film] to use the QuickTime backend.
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