Re: [-empyre-] interactive video software
That would work. Or couple two machines together, projecting only one.
incorporating live for that matter, I haven't had the need for jitter etc.
since I'm working with the audience, pathing through the sememe. The
random comes through the texting which is live and continuous as well as
glitches when some videos are opened; there are almost always at least 2-3
on the screen and generally a lot more.
One could type tranparently - black on black - I think that would be a
quick solution - periodically dropping the text in which just takes a
second, running it that way - alan
On Sun, 6 Mar 2005, Barbara Lattanzi wrote:
At 12:12 AM 3/5/2005, you wrote:
dynebolic's good you can also drop things in
PresentMovie on a Mac. When I do a live
performance I'm just on Quicktimes; with 64 bits
you can run at least 6 of them at a time.
Computer, not video output. + text. Can you script
quicktime to drop text into it live? - Alan
I don't know the answer to that last question of
yours. I have wondered it myself in relation to
online annotation of video (quicktime, flash,
realMedia, anything that streams).
Recently I picked up an O'Reilly book called
"Quicktime for Java" that I hope will give me a few
clues. I may have to finally learn Java for real.
Or maybe it is something more straightforward...
dynamically changing an external xml file with
perl??? (in which case you would need another small
window interface in addition to the quicktime
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