[PD] (GEM) running pix_film without installing quicktime?
antoine.villeret at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 15:32:17 CET 2018
DLL search path depends on how the lib have been build
but under windows it might be possible to put a DLL needed by another
binary (dll or exe) just next to the second
so you might try to run pd with verbose option, then switch to debug log
Then when you load Gem, you should see in the Pd's console which plugins
gem is loading.
If it fails because of a missing dll, it should tell you which one.
Then you have to find the exact version of that DLL and try to put it next
the gem_filmQuicktime.dll file (somewhere in the Gem binary folder).
This technique is kind a hack and might lead to crash but it's worth a try.
If you can't install anything easily on the machine then it could help.
One last thing, if you have a working installation, you could try to look
what dll gem_filmQuickTime.dll need and where it find it with some tool
like dependency walker.
Le mer. 28 nov. 2018 à 13:58, oliver <oliver at klingt.org> a écrit :
> enrike wrote:
> > ok but do I need to install those codecs or can I just drop a dll inside
> > GEM?
> i don't think so ...
> just out of curiosity: can you playback this ?
> (that's a simple 2 seconds mjpeg file encoded with FFMPEG.)
> anyway you want a windows native avi codec if you
> can't install a codec pack. i don't know if there are any useable.
> maybe this helps:
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