[PD] preview in Gem ? ...

Patrice Colet colet.patrice at free.fr
Tue Oct 17 12:16:48 CEST 2017


  I've been trying to develop an interface with sys_gui where media 
files are launched by clicking on a preview image, like in almost all 
softwares managing media files.

  It's done by dumping pixels from gemwin to a bitmap stored in 
datastructure that is designing the launching buttons of my tck-tk 

  With Purr Data, there is no sys_gui but we don't need such a complex 
coding to reach this end by the use of [draw] object.

  In this attached example the image preview has to be stored in the 
hard drive to be opened. It's a single image preview but it could be 
extended to animation view.

Le 16/10/2017 à 13:50, oliver a écrit :
> thanks a lot for all your suggestions !
> i think i'll go the IOhannes route, seems to be the most practicable
> best
> oliver
> Jack wrote:
>> It is also possible to use [pix_share_read] and [pix_share_write] to
>> share pix_ between two instances of Pd (with Gem).
>> ++
>> Jack
>> Le 15/10/2017 à 20:15, IOhannes m zmölnig a écrit :
>>> On 10/15/2017 08:10 PM, oliver wrote:
>>>> hi, list !
>>> the simplest solution is to just create a large window that gets
>>> displayed both on your secondary "public" screen (in fullscreen) and on
>>> your primary "control" screen (only a small portion).
>>> then render everything into a framebuffer, and render *that* as a
>>> texture on both the public and the control screen.
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