[PD] multiblob tracking in Gem while objects keep their IDs
abonnements at revolwear.com
Wed Jun 5 22:17:15 CEST 2013
wow, this looks so wrong! (your screenshot)
I have no idea why this is.
I just tried it under Linux mint 15 (through ssh- XY from os x)
GEM: ver: 0.93.3
GEM: compiled: Sep 6 2012
and it works perfectly there.
on my other machine, os x
GEM: ver: 0.93.3
GEM: compiled: Nov 10 2011
it also runs nicely.
I'm afraid I don't know why it isn't running on your machine.
can anyone else try it?
Am 04.06.2013 um 13:38 schrieb Antoine Villeret <antoine.villeret at gmail.com>:
> 2013/6/2 Max <abonnements at revolwear.com>
> Am 30.05.2013 um 14:06 schrieb Antoine Villeret <antoine.villeret at gmail.com>:
> > hi,
> > I'm sorry it still doesn't work
> > and I can't find values that works well on the testbed.mov video...
> > I don't know why, tell me if you want more info or snapshots
> Did you download all of the files, especially the abstractions you'll need for 07b-multi-blobtracker-IDs.pd?
> i've cloned the Bewegungsmelder repository
> Were there any messages, errors, warnings in the console?
> nothing explaining that in the console, nothing in the terminal
> with quicktime4linux or gmerlin backend :
> [pix_film:audio_ffmpeg] Codec not found: FFmpeg Sonic decoder
> [pix_film]: loaded file: /home/antoine/pd/Bewegungsmelder/testbed.mov with 623 frames (480x320) at 25.000000 fps
> What OS and Pd/Gem version are you using?
> Ubuntu 12.04
> Pd 44.2
> Gem 0.93.git f890f4d
> here is attached a screenshot of what i get
> I was guessing a video decompression artefact but I got the same result with all the backends I have that can open testbed.mov (quicktime4linux and gmerlin)
> but I got the same result with both...
> I also converted the video to mjpeg and to h264 and got the same...
> very strange...
> <Capture du 2013-06-04 13:06:45.png>
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