[PD] pix_record problem

Jack jack at rybn.org
Thu Jan 20 15:34:34 CET 2011

I don't know why you use [pix_dump] in your patch.
And i am not sure what you want to do but i guess you need send your
[pix_crop] in different rectangles. Then capture with [pix_snap] the
entire gem window, then record this capture with [pix_record].
I strongly recommend you start to see 02.advanced examples in the GEM
section to understand how render order and capture work.


Le jeudi 20 janvier 2011 à 15:04 +0100, Michael Karr a écrit :
> Hello all,
> I am still teaching myself how to get good output from GEM, I am
> working now with a formant vocoder which feeds values into a video
> composition of 5 rectangles. It renders the rectangles as I want it
> to, but when I export it via pix_record, it only saves the top
> rectangle, and rotated 180 degrees and in slow-motion. So strange... I
> have tried several objects as an in-between, now I have pix_dump,
> because I thought it might have to do with the 5 different pix_crops,
> and needed them to go through one device to the rectangle. So how can
> I get the entire window to save properly to the disk (I have read in
> the forums that many people experience problems with the color.. this
> is not my problem here.) I would like to avoid using screen capture
> from an external. I have attached the patch as is.. there are two
> bangs which need to be activated before starting the rendering.
> Thanks!
> Michael
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