Subject: MAX Digest - 19 Feb 1998 to 20 Feb 1998
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 00:01:53 -0500
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There are 5 messages totalling 160 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Job Hunting
  2. VideoIn
  3. cute and unnecessary
  4. Movie Projection
  5. 17 Feb 1918 to 18 Feb 1918

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Date:    Fri, 20 Feb 1998 18:25:38 +0200
From:    ". Gil Wasserman" 
Subject: Job Hunting

Dear Maxers,

I'm a software engineer looking for work in the San Francisco area, doing
video or audio applications at an entry level.

if you can assist me, please reply to my e-mail address.

thank you,

Ruti.

 Email: ruti@usa.net

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Date:    Fri, 20 Feb 1998 14:03:17 CST
From:    Bill Meadows 
Subject: VideoIn

I am having problems getting the VideoIn object to work. Does anyone have
any suggestions?

I am using a b&w Connectix QuickCam with the following hardware and
software:

  Quadra 650, SYS7.1
  VIdeoIn 1.0b2
  QuickTime 2.1 (also tried 2.5)
  MAX 3.0
  QuickCamVideo 1.1 extension
  QuickCamMic 1.1 extension

The QuickCam works correctly with its own applications.

When I start ViedoIn.help, I get these messages in the MAX window:

  VideoIn error: SGNewChannel failed: component not found
  VideoIn error: SGGetChannelDeviceList failed: error #-32767

When I send the "settings" message to VideoIn, I get:

  VideoIn error: SGGetVideoBottlenecks failed: error #-32767

When I close VideoIn.help, MAX crashes with:

  Application "MAX 3.0" has unexpectedly quit with error type 1

I would really appreciate any suggestions that would get this to work.
I would like to use it with dancers for interactive performance.

Thanks,

Bill Meadows
mrbill@oakhill.sps.mot.com

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Date:    Fri, 20 Feb 1998 22:02:50 +0100
From:    dudas 
Subject: cute and unnecessary

Georg Hajdu writes:
>Een eertlek, mert a sz=FC=FCleim magyarok. De nem vagyok bisztos hogy
rendes=
>en
>irtame eszt a sz=F6vegek, mert soha se tanultam irni es olvasni magyarul.
>Mindenkeepen, az Antiorpnak a nyelve nem es iilyen (ijen?) komplikalt.
>Peeldaul '=3D' "is" jelent angolul.

Toek joo! Een tanultam Pesten keet eevig, ees ott tanultam a magyar
nyelvet. Ezeert een se tudom ha rendesen iirok! Van egy oetlet hogy az
Antiorp valamilyen szaamiitogeepes programat hasznaalja (meeg lehet egy Max
Patcs-ja), szoval bisztos nem tuul komplikaalt.

Sorry for using the strange-looking telegram style where I double vowels
instead of using accents which sometimes don't pass well through the mail.

I was once baffled by sfrecord~'s ability to keep up, too.
David Z. once sent us the following advice:

>   ...something has to give when there's no CPU. One
>thing you can do is try a second argument to sfrecord~, like
>65536. I think that's only delaying the inevitable, but maybe
>not.
>
>Smaller vector sizes would probably be better for sfrecord~
>too. But not too small.

I know this is vague. Remeelem hogy segiit egy kicsit.

-R

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Date:    Fri, 20 Feb 1998 15:27:29 -0700
From:    Alex Stahl 
Subject: Re: Movie Projection

>Why don't you get a separate video out card for your PB and then drag or
>position your Movie to this second screen with a black background for
>projection. Movie can still be contolled via MAX without bars etc.
>This gets around you having to select the movie on your main desktop. You
>are then limited by the zoom of your projector as to the scale of the
>final image. I'm sure satisfactory results can be had.

Some of the inexpensive PCI-bus video cards can double and quadruple pixels
(i.e. zoom in 2x or 4x) during playback without slowing down the system.
Maybe such a thing exists on a pc card?  Projectors I'm familiar with can't
expand more than about 2x.

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Date:    Fri, 20 Feb 1998 22:45:51 -0600
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Subject: 17 Feb 1918 to 18 Feb 1918

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