[PD] video output from PD

enrike altern2 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 30 21:57:29 CET 2013

We had to do something similar couple of years ago in a smaller scale (4 
machines) and solved it by creating an app with OpenFrameworks that 
listened to OSC messages. That was controled by a PD patch, but this 
could have been anything else that sends OSC (python, C++, supercollider 

we used laptops and old computers which proved to be a problem since all 
systems and hardware were slightly different and had different time 
responses when opening the video, once the OSC message to open had 
arrived. Funnily enough the fastest machine to open the video was an old 
laptop running XP. So I believe raspberry could be great, that way all 
machines and OSs should be identical. At the time raspberry had just 
came out and it was unclear if it could run the kind of videos we needed 
to use (pretty good quality), now we know it does play them. So if I 
would have to do it again I would try to use raspberry

good luck


lr., 2013.eko azaren 30a 12:09(e)an, peiman khosravi(e)k idatzi zuen:
> I'm really not familiar with video, but a project I'm working on
> requires 20 different video outputs, all synced together. I'm using PD
> for the project. Consideration of the expenses apart, does anyone know
> what kind of hardware we would need for this?
> Many Thanks
> Peiman
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