[PD] can't seem to load the pix_freeframe object
alan.brooker2010 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 25 11:12:09 CEST 2010
Thanks for the replies- I figured what I was doing wrong- I was basically
downloaded the basic plugins from http://freeframe.sourceforge.net/
but I should have downloaded http://www.mndl.hu/freeframe/petespluginslinux
here for the port of linux version.
All is working now and is all good- thanks again!
2010/10/22 IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>
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> On 10/22/2010 02:29 PM, Husk 00 wrote:
> > On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 11:09 AM, ALAN BROOKER
> > <alan.brooker2010 at gmail.com>wrote:
> >> Hi List,
> >> I'm using Pd-extended on Ubuntu (Lucid) but I can't seem to load the
> >> pix_freeframe object- I've downloaded from
> >> http://freeframe.sourceforge.net/downloads.html (Pete's classic
> >> and put the folder in Pd's search path but this still hasn't worked.
> >> I've dug qround in the /extra to see if I could find the example file
> >> /binary and wasn't able to find it-perhaps freeframe donsnt work on
> > Freeframe and pix_freeframe works quite well on ubuntu (and also on Mac
> > Winzoz). It's just a problem of path I guess. When you create your
> > pix_freeframe object with your desired effect be sure pix_freeframe can
> > your effect. If the effects are in a ./freeframe dir (for example) from
> > working directory, you will have to write [pix_freeframe
> iirc, [pix_freeframe] also uses Pd's path setting.
> so if the effects are in /tmp/freeframe and you start Pd with "-path
> /tmp/freeframe" (or use the path-dialog to add /tmp/freeframe), then you
> should be able to just create [pix_BurnVFX]
> also if this still doesn't work, try running Pd with "-verbose -verbose"
> and tell us the exact error message you get.
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