Le 8 avr. 09 à 10:34, Marco Donnarumma a écrit :

Hey..
thanks Derek, yes i've already done what you're saying for my project C::NTR::L and i have a simple process which give me dynamically the total frames for each video you load.
With the 2nd output of [pix_film] for exemple ? ;)
++

Jack


I was asking just to know the truth about it  :)
Since i'm using this process a lot i could create a specific example about this for FLOSS manual. I have this exact process ready in my patches.
ATM i'm terribly busy, but i'll keep it in mind and contribute asap.
best..


Marco


Hi Marco,

This has been normal behavior as long as I have been aware of it. That
doesn't mean that it's not a bug, however ;-)

If you want looping + scrubbing, a better way would be to build a
counter with a [mod] object set to the total number of frames in your
clip, that way you could change the payback speed of the clip and (with some adjustments to the counter) skip around in the frames as well as go backwards, etc etc. (Nice topic for a FLOSS Manuals tutorial, eh Marius?)

best!
Derek

Marco Donnarumma wrote:
> If i send a [auto 1( to [pix_film] i'm not able anymore to scratch the
> movie sending values to its cold inlet.
> Is this bug connected with the bug you talk about or a normal function
> of the obj.?
>
> besides i noticed pix_movie doens't have this behaviour but is crashing
> on most of the MAC OS i tried with. is this another known issue?


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Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2009 18:22:36 +0200
From: marius schebella <marius.schebe...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [PD] auto 1 loops pix_film (and pix_movie?)
To: Derek Holzer <de...@umatic.nl>
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Derek Holzer wrote:
> Hi Marco,
>
> This has been normal behavior as long as I have been aware of it. That
> doesn't mean that it's not a bug, however ;-)
>
> If you want looping + scrubbing, a better way would be to build a
> counter with a [mod] object set to the total number of frames in your > clip, that way you could change the payback speed of the clip and (with > some adjustments to the counter) skip around in the frames as well as go > backwards, etc etc. (Nice topic for a FLOSS Manuals tutorial, eh Marius?)
>

something like that is already there, but not as a separate example (yet...)
marius.


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