• Johnny Mauser

    @JerrySmith1021 The software you proposed looks great, but costs. I mainly use pd to capture sounds from the soundcard using soundflower for routing. Allways a bit of a hustle though. To extract sound from Video i found that http://www.aunsoft.com/video-to-audio-converter-mac-free/ is a great tool, because of the eas' of use and the speed.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    @Vanilleaya somehow you need to process the data coming from [tuioclient] further. Now you route and unpack, but also you also need to scale the numbers so that what comes out of tuio matches the gem dimensions and calculate the distance of your objects.
    see: https://www.mathopenref.com/coorddist.html for distance caculation.
    Maybe that is allready apliable from Davids patches.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    I only use filenames without spaces, because this kind of problems. If it is only for displaying there probably are solusions. What are you using for displaying? Canvas names? -> there you can not use spaces as far as I know. Or Symbol boxes? -> there it is possible to use spaces.
    What system are you on? With my System (OSX 10.11) it is possible to feed [readsf~] names with spaces.
    my test looked like this: test_readsf_tmp.pd

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  • Johnny Mauser

    @whale-av double precision and 64bit processing are two not directly related things. Isnt it like so that Double precision has to be impemented in the code as such? I am apparently not able to share my nowlege better. Getting rusty in theory. And sorry if i sounded smart ass! @beep.beep thanks for the objects!! i never tested these double precision objects within Pd, but i will when i have to play long sound files again. (which will probably not be within the next year)

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  • Johnny Mauser

    @whale-av I know to less about physical modelling of sounds. I use and modify the fantastic egregore by chdh which uses pmpd, i only use the video side of it. i have no practical experiences with sound modeling.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    @beep.beep maybe it could help any OSX user it you share your new compiled 64bit object(s). (maybe future me - I'm on OSX but not in the need of pitch detection at the moment). @whale-av as far as I understand the float precision on a 64bit build is still the same as in 32bit on any system. There is the pd-double by @katjav with ->DoublePrecision<- which I really use for some projects where it is needed.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    Maybe i am on "wrong" path, but perhaps the pmpd library with a physical modeling approach could be helpfull.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    Do you want your computer speak this given quote? If so, on OSX its very easy to use the build in text to speech engine through [shell] and terminal. I guess it could work similar with other OSes too.
    Maybe didnt hit your point, i'm only here with half the brain at the moment..

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  • Johnny Mauser

    Looks super interesting! I would like to know more about the setup and technics used.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    @Jinkgo @whale-av to split the name of the path i always use [splitfilename /]. It is some external though; iemlib if i remember correct.

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