Re: [-empyre-] interactive video software
Long time lurker, first time contributor.
For me, whose background and education is a traditional art school,
albeit time-based (music, film, video, performance) that is to say, I
dont have any "real" training in computers, have found that the
MAX/MSP/Jitter (and softVNS written by david rokeby) is simply the most
flexible piece of software out there. As a recent advertisement said:
"anything in/ anything out" I've used it in several museum and gallery
based installations all over the world where its been crucial that they
run everyday without a hitch.
It's got a fairly steep learning curve, but the treat is that you can
program graphically - a real plus for those of us that dont think in
terms of lists of commands. There is a great user base out there as
well who are willing to help via listserv.
By the way, if you're open source, go for PD. Although I cant really
speak for its reliability as I can MAX.
On 4-Mar-05, at 11:24 AM, Jason Nelson wrote:
A terribly basic question for those whose work I so
admire. What software do most use to create their
interactive video works? And what applications are
used for what? Which are the best for the quick
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