[PD] purr data 2.3.2's gem on windows 10
jancsika at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 5 02:48:02 CEST 2017
> Hello Jonathan and Alexandre ,
> i just saw the git commits .
> but will wait for next build.
> or try a build next week.
> i already tried but failed miserably :-)
> i 'll retry and give feedback,
> i justed wanted to ask if your modifications will give support for
It adds jpeg support. (Plus some other fixes unrelated to Gem.)
> to prepare some files.
> and for images, png support with alpha channel for transparency or tiff or tga.
> or , if possible , support for
> or a libre alternative like imagemagick?
> i am for the moment trying things with osc and vision software Scene.
> and html interface in purrdata supports a higher load of messages for display than tcl tk .
> on linux (mint) it works great for me on an old pentium dual core laptop
> but opengl is too old and slow, just ok for tests
What's too slow?
> btw, is it possible to send a html patch window to a secondary monitor fullscreen?
> and/or to use webgl?.
> I would like to deploy installation in a classroom, for initiations.
Have you tried pulling the window over to the secondary screen and clicking "Fullscreen"
in the "View" menu?
> after all, i was led to linux by windows pd crashes.
> an all new world.
2017-09-30 17:10 GMT+02:00 Jonathan Wilkes <jancsika at yahoo.com>:
> Hello List,
>> 1. Please don't ask why i use windows.
>> 2. please tell me if there is a better place to post about this.
>> 3. i installed purr-data 2.3.2 (and other versions before) on windows 10 (x64).
>> gem is included but i startup i get :
>> GEM: image loading support: SGI
>> and i can't find a way of loading jpg or movies in gem.
>> if i load example pix_film opr pix_movie, i get
>> verbose( 0):[pix_movie]: AVI support verbose( 0):[pix_movie]: image support
>> [pix_film]: unable to open file: C:/Users/PC-VonoXS/Desktop/ pour josep/capture014_type1.avi
>> (standard dv file , that used to work on pd-extended)
>> but gem 93.3 is quite old , especially for glsl stuff.
>I maintain Purr Data. I'll have a look at this.
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