[PD] Console error: 'Out of memory'
jack at rybn.org
Mon Apr 21 21:51:12 CEST 2014
For a slideshow, i will use [pix_buffer] or [pix_multiimage]... My
preference is for [pix_buffer].
With [pix_buffer], you also need [pix_buffer_read] to select the image
you want to show (see help about these two objects)
But, I think, it is a good idea to reduce the resolution of your
pictures to fit your [gemwin] resolution...
Le 21/04/2014 18:27, Claire O'Connor a écrit :
> I used pix_image! I haven't tried that, but perhaps that might work. I
> may just end up cutting down on my images.
> It is strange though, because my 'sllideshow' is set to loop and when
> it starts again, the previous images that were already opened, open
> again even though the 'out of memory, can't allocate memory for an
> image' error comes up.
> Thanks, Jack!
> On 21 April 2014 17:06, Jack <jack at rybn.org <mailto:jack at rybn.org>> wrote:
> What is the object you used to load images with Gem ?
> Have you tried to reduce the resolution of your images (to fit
> your screen) before to load them ?
> Le 21/04/2014 17:03, Claire O'Connor a écrit :
>> I am currently using GEM to create a slideshow of images and
>> videos. However, after a while of loading images, PD stops
>> loading them and the console shows up with this error:
>> 'out of memory!
>> Can't allocate memory for an image.'
>> And then shows the file path of the image that it tried to load
>> saying that the liading of it failed.
>> Any ideas as to how to fix this problem?
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