[PD] Playing Video with Audio
cinetron at passport.ca
Thu Oct 8 09:27:14 CEST 2015
Thanks Etienne, I didn't know about this feature of mplayer. I assume
this would work across platforms which is great. I'll give it a try.
On 2015-10-07 02:31 PM, Etienne Landon wrote:
> You could use the -udp-slave option with mplayer, and send the
> timecode from puredata. Just used that to synchronise 6 video players
> and it works pretty well. There was no sound played by mplayer in my
> case but there's no reason it wouldn't work.
> The timecode you have to send is just the position in seconds, in
> bytes. For instance if you make a counter, bang it with a metro at
> 40ms so you have 25fps counter, then divide by 25 and send through
> moocow any2bytes and udpsend.
> If you want to see the timecode mplayer needs, launch one as
> udp-master and connect it to pure data through udpreceive.
> 2015-10-07 9:28 GMT+02:00 Max <abonnements at revolwear.com
> <mailto:abonnements at revolwear.com>>:
> A while back I've tried to document different methods, mostly they are
> suitable for short clips.
> If you have something to contribute there, it's welcome.
> On 2015년 10월 07일 16:23, Jim Ruxton wrote:
> > I am currently using the shell object to run mplayer to play video
> > files that have sound . It works however I don't have much control
> > over the video playback. Just wondering what methods other
> people use?
> > Would I need to strip the soundtrack from the video and
> synchronize them
> > to use Gem?
> > Thanks.
> > Jim
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