Re: [PD] pack/unpack pointer data

2015-06-28 Thread Jack
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello Michael-Jon, Le 28/06/2015 00:26, Michael-Jon Mizra a écrit : Hi Jack, my webcam is taking in data via pix_film, I wish to unpack this data into float to control translationXYZ and rotationXYZ. at the minute I try to unpack it with

Re: [PD] good example for vsnapshot~

2015-06-28 Thread Alexandre Torres Porres
I wonder if [cyclone/Snapshot~] works and behaves as [vsnapshot~] is desired to. Perhaps it'd be a good place to grab some ideas from the code. 2015-06-28 16:03 GMT-03:00 Alexandre Torres Porres por...@gmail.com: any change that 'fixes' it will be incompatible! Well, I like the idea and

Re: [PD] pack/unpack pointer data (closed + thanks!)

2015-06-28 Thread Michael-Jon Mizra
hi jack, brilliant, thank you! From: pd-list-requ...@lists.iem.at Subject: Pd-list Digest, Vol 123, Issue 116 To: pd-list@lists.iem.at Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 19:00:50 +0200 Send Pd-list mailing list submissions to pd-list@lists.iem.at To subscribe or unsubscribe via the World

Re: [PD] good example for vsnapshot~

2015-06-28 Thread IOhannes m zmölnig
On 06/28/2015 05:22 AM, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote: Could anyone tell me a use they have for [vsnapshot~]? Trying to make a good example to explain its purpose, thanks you mean apart from downsampling an audio-signal? gfdsar IOhannes #N canvas 118 151 952 555 10; #X obj 51 256 vsnapshot~;

Re: [PD] Troubles running Pd on Windows XP Professional

2015-06-28 Thread Miller Puckette
OK... I've got a clean Windows 2K install running under qemu, and indeed wish85.exe doesn't run in it. The filehas a manifest that contains this: dependency dependentAssembly assemblyIdentity type=win32 name=Microsoft.VC90.CRT version=9.0.21022.8 processorArchitecture=x86

Re: [PD] good example for vsnapshot~

2015-06-28 Thread Alexandre Torres Porres
any change that 'fixes' it will be incompatible! Well, I like the idea and design that it can convert any sample from the audio block, and not only the last one from it. I guess it'll still have this same functionality, right? :) 2015-06-28 14:00 GMT-03:00 Miller Puckette m...@ucsd.edu: It's

Re: [PD] good example for vsnapshot~

2015-06-28 Thread Miller Puckette
It's a bad design that it on,y allows up to one block of 'history' - it needs to be rewritten to use a delay line (or something like that). Also it should allow interpolation, I think as an option. Better not use it - any change that 'fixes' it will be incompatible! cheers Miller On Sun, Jun

Re: [PD] good example for vsnapshot~

2015-06-28 Thread Alexandre Torres Porres
oh, I see you have a patch, let me check it 2015-06-28 20:01 GMT-03:00 Alexandre Torres Porres por...@gmail.com: apart from downsampling an audio-signal? how would it do that better than you can with [samphold~]? 2015-06-28 18:13 GMT-03:00 IOhannes m zmölnig zmoel...@iem.at: On

Re: [PD] good example for vsnapshot~

2015-06-28 Thread Alexandre Torres Porres
apart from downsampling an audio-signal? how would it do that better than you can with [samphold~]? 2015-06-28 18:13 GMT-03:00 IOhannes m zmölnig zmoel...@iem.at: On 06/28/2015 05:22 AM, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote: Could anyone tell me a use they have for [vsnapshot~]? Trying to make a

Re: [PD] good example for vsnapshot~

2015-06-28 Thread Alexandre Torres Porres
that's a nice application, cause ou can do linear interpoltion with the downsampling ;) 2015-06-28 20:02 GMT-03:00 Alexandre Torres Porres por...@gmail.com: oh, I see you have a patch, let me check it 2015-06-28 20:01 GMT-03:00 Alexandre Torres Porres por...@gmail.com: apart from

Re: [PD] tabread4~ interpolation at slooow playback?

2015-06-28 Thread IOhannes m zmölnig
On 06/29/2015 06:22 AM, Peter P. wrote: All this sounds surprisingly complicated for a very common task, that is reading audio data in normal quality from tables larger than 32k. reading audio data in normal quality from tables larger than 32k is indeed a common task. however, upsampling a

Re: [PD] tabread4~ interpolation at slooow playback?

2015-06-28 Thread Peter P.
Hi Claude, list, * Claude Heiland-Allen cla...@mathr.co.uk [2015-05-30 14:01]: On 30/05/15 18:37, Peter P. wrote: I am aware that interpolation noise and aliasing are different things, How long is your table? Could it be quantization of the index causing the issue? Thank you for your

Re: [PD] tabread4~ interpolation at slooow playback?

2015-06-28 Thread Peter P.
* IOhannes m zmölnig zmoel...@iem.at [2015-06-29 01:10]: On 06/29/2015 06:22 AM, Peter P. wrote: All this sounds surprisingly complicated for a very common task, that is reading audio data in normal quality from tables larger than 32k. reading audio data in normal quality from tables