Subject: MAX Digest - 15 Mar 1998 to 16 Mar 1998
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 00:00:51 -0500
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There are 4 messages totalling 93 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Authorization problem
  2. SeqPlayer object PPC?
  3. MSP/Supercollider [long - verging on spam]
  4. OMS Time Manager

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Date:    Mon, 16 Mar 1998 08:55:08 +0100
From:    Thierry Fournier 
Subject: Authorization problem

> From:    David Zicarelli 
> Subject: Re: Authorization problem
>
> Thierry Fournier  writes:
>
> >I have a question about authorizations
>
The "Sys7" version is for people whose master disk
> is 3.5 or 3.5.1. The "Sys8" version is for people with the 3.5.8
> master disk.

Exactly. Despite of my 3.5.8 master, I downloaded "Sys7" because "Sys8"
is described by Opcode to update authorizations made under System 8...
Thank you !

Thierry

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Date:    Mon, 16 Mar 1998 10:15:14 -0500
From:    Steve Smith 
Subject: SeqPlayer object PPC?

Is the SeqPlayer object by Eric Singer available in PPC version?

Thanks

Steve
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Date:    Mon, 16 Mar 1998 20:58:47 -0500
From:    Jeff Mann 
Subject: Re: MSP/Supercollider [long - verging on spam]

James McCartney  wrote:
> I haven't used or seen VNS so don't really know what the setup is.
> I assume since analyzing video is also CPU intensive, you run it on a
> separate machine? I don't know how much CPU you are using so I can't say
> if there is enough left to run CS on the same machine.

The VNS does all image processing in its own DSP hardware, and normally
just sends numbers corresponding to amount of movement in definable
regions, via the SCSI bus. CPU load is quite low, although updating
multiple regions at the maximum rate of 60 times per second can
sometimes be a lot of data for Max to deal with in large patches on
slower machines.
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Date:    Mon, 16 Mar 1998 23:02:59 EST
From:    JohnBrit 
Subject: OMS Time Manager

Hi Maxers,
I have been working on a Max(3.5.8) program for the past six weeks or so
which
seemed to me to be pretty bullet proof as regards crashes. It uses OMS
Timing
to start and stop Vision (or vice versa). Today I downloaded OMS 2.3.3 and
Studio Vision 3.5.6. On running the Vision updater, my OMS TIme Manager
(v1.0.7) was overwritten (without asking me of course) by what I assume to
be
the latest version 1.1.2. Since then (seems like more than a coincidence) my
Max prog has been crashing pretty frequently. Does anyone know of any
conflicts between Time Manager 1.1.2 and timein and/or timeout or any bugs
in
Vision that might account for this ? Sometimes when you "upgrade" don't you
wish you'd left things the hell alone ? Just gotta have that latest
version........ oh well.

John Williams.

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