• 60hz

    You might need a symbol atom gui box.
    Add -> symbol
    Then type any filename in Run mode

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  • 60hz

    1-Go to Media-> sound settings then set your soundcard input / output.

    2-Turn on DSP in Media -> DSP ON

    3- To ear the input signal, connect the input of sound card [adc~] (Analog to Digital Converter) to the output of soundcard [dac~] (Digital to Analog Conveter):
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  • 60hz

    You can send the "offset X Y" message before creating your window to move gem window on the secondary display and run the patch on the primary instead.
    Check gemwin's help files...

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  • 60hz

    @ddw_music said:

    My AI professor back decades ago wished that he could start programming with MAX, but it was completely out of the range of the students. I'm hoping to pick up his dream, particularly since he's at a new institution that requires that he teach beginning computer science in Java (?!?)

    I suggest also to keep an eye to this web javascript clone of max
    https://github.com/Fr0stbyteR/jspatcher

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  • 60hz

    It says the time is the envelope duration. I guess It's like @gate 1 ---> delay 1000 ---> @gate 0

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  • 60hz

    Then try the "play 1000", It should be a similar concept to "bang" behavior.

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  • 60hz

    I also found env.adsr~ a bit difficult to use. You can use "@gate 1" and "@gate 0" messages to start / stop the last envelop.

    Also, if you check the help file, there is a "play" method allowing to "runs envelope and release it after specified time". You need to fill the duration as argument, like "play 1000".

    Also you can ask for a bang method here (the consistency with env.ar~ is a nice argument ).
    https://github.com/uliss/pure-data/issues
    The author is really open to discussion about his objects and already modify many of them after I sent suggestions.

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  • 60hz

    I also tried to read movies on a Windows10 machine, and I have the same freeze with the example movie "alea.mpeg" with Gem 0.94, k-lite codec pack and pd 0-51-4

    That's why I am using ofelia, wich is much more reliable when it comes to play movies (plus if have sound synchronisation). The only problem is that ofelia need an update to be able to run on pd > 0.51.4

    You can try my set of abstractions if you want to be able to use ofelia like Gem https://github.com/60-hz/Ofelia-Fast-Prototyping

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  • 60hz

    another q sorry for being naive but what did you meant by (DS) backend

    It means DirectShow which is the native backend on Windows I guess.

    This is what I asked "what is printed when you send a [loader( message to [pix_film] ?"

    -> you need to send the messager "loader" to [pix_film] to know what backends are currently available on your system. It will print a list of backends with a number.

    For exemple on my apple system I have :

    [pix_film]: loader[0] quicktime4linux
    [pix_film]: loader[1] AVF
    [pix_film]: loader[2] image
    

    You can then change the backend number using for exemple "loader 1" or "loader 2" etc...

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  • 60hz

    @maddynakedymaddy
    What is printed when you send a [loader( message to [pix_film] ?

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Internal error.

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