chris clepper wrote:
The video portion can probably be done in GEM using a few objects like
pix_mean_color, pix_diff, pix_histo, etc.
The sound part is trickier because there is no way to get sound from a
movie file into the Pd audio DSP chain.
errr, you never tried pidip ?
pdp_yqt, pdp_live~, pdp_theorin~,
you need a good machine though...
Having the audio in a
separate sound file and reading it at the same time as the video file
could work but not have perfect sync. FFTs would make sense for the