• 60hz

    @myQwil said:

    https://www.ffmpeg.org/legal.html

    Yes, I guess since it is a free distribution it must have no issues.

    What would be a next step is to be able to add it to deken externals management, but a lib that big or with such dependencies open new questions...

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  • 60hz

    Great.
    Renaming files wasn't successful, but thanks to those informations, I found ffmpeg-4.4.1-full_build on the website which contains the correct files revision and that made it.

    So for those interested, here is a distribuable FFplay~ for win64 (27Mb)

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  • 60hz

    Ah ok, so I tried but It didn't work unfortunately, "The specified module could not be found (126)", it's sound like a missing Microsoft C++ redistributable package or something...

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  • 60hz

    Thank you for the ffmpeg windows package!
    But, I am still missing the file ffplay~.m_amd64 right?

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  • 60hz

    Great thanks.

    I managed to compile it for OSX 10.15.4 using my brew installed ffmpeg version 4.4.1 against pd 0.52.1.
    Here is the external (don't know if it is the right way to distribute it), I modified the makefile to add pd sources inside. I tested the http example with ogg , also a webradio stream and it works well.

    As for Windows, it's more complex for me as I don't use this crazy systems, but many of my students do.
    But using 64bit externals with 64bit pd is the modern choice right? Is it possible to test this 64bit build?

    ffplay_OSX.zip

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  • 60hz

    Hi, and thank you for sharing this external @myQwil
    It works well under ubuntu.

    Any chance to have an OSX/Windows version?

    Cheers!

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  • 60hz

    Right now the easiest way to do is to ask relative path with pdcontrol and append your filename.

    Here is an exemple using also [file] from pd-0.52;

    Capture d’écran 2022-01-08 à 17.29.16.png

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  • 60hz

    Nice! It' works perfeclty.

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  • 60hz

    @ddw_music said:

    Fair enough -- but, no GEM on Mac, I can't use it in class.

    I tried pd-l2ork version based on purr data and a fresh version Gem is included. But, under macOsX, Gem is very unstable and tricky recently... sometimes you need to change the window manager in [gemwin] abstraction to fit the machine hardware etc... Strangely Gem in pd-l2ork doesn't work with my Windows, so it's really annoying for class. That's why I am using ofelia abstractions in class which are simple but works everywhere (Windows/OSX/Linux).

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  • 60hz

    Just to say last ceammc lib 0.9.4 have random.i, random.f, random.atom (random atom from specified list with weights) etc...
    You can have min, max and also ask for a list of generative random values using [gen n( message. You can also use expressions in any argument of any ceammc object.

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