[PD] (GEM) running pix_film without installing quicktime?
oliver at klingt.org
Wed Nov 28 07:46:59 CET 2018
> yeah windows 8 I think (cannot check until later today)
Quicktime isn't needed for Gem video playback, but FFMPEG should be at
hand, to provide fast and quick video conversion.
my best experience with Gem on win is using an MJPEG codec within an
.avi container. you will probably need ffdshow codecs (or another codec
pack that contains mjpeg) to play them.
make sure to have 32bit versions of PD, Gem, AND your codecs !
another fine codec that works with Gem is UT (higher quality images but
larger filesices). in general all image-based codecs for the .avi
container that are installed and running on windows should work. wmv
> sorry I thought about specifying the OS in the email but then I forgot
> in the last moment
> 18/11/28 02:15(e)an, mark edward grimm (megrimm) igorleak idatzi zuen:
>> What system? I’m assuming windows...
>> I ask because I teach a summer course and the problem you speak of
>> sounds familiar.
>>> On Nov 27, 2018, at 2:31 PM, enrike <altern2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I started teaching a course on using PD for real time sound and
>>> graphics and I just discovered that the computers do not have
>>> QuickTime installed. Getting it installed is going to take weeks. Too
>>> late for the course I am afraid.
>>> is there some way to incorporate manually into the GEM folder the
>>> required dlls and files from a QuickTime install in another machine?
>>> if this would be feasible, which ones should I copy and where should
>>> they be? I made some quick tests with no luck.
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