... aah, nobody answered because it's such an important question...
I was afraid that I was the only one to consider it an important feature...
I'm planning to add ANOTHER flag, like -nosound, but also disabling
for the system clock (as Pd now does.)
That's the way I'd expect it to work.
At the same time I want to introduce
the modifications needed to allow Pd patches as VST plugins. As it looks
right now that should appear in 0.37 (i.e., I don't want to break 0.36
open now that it mostly works..)
This sounds like a GREAT plan!
In the case of VST-plugging non-realtime would probably work
'out-of-the-box' by using the plugin in a batch processor, eg. cubase
'mixdown', wavelab 'apply' or whatever.
On Thu, Nov 14, 2002 at 01:04:46PM +0100, Krzysztof Czaja wrote:
Measuring with [bang~]->[t b b]->[realtime]->[number] may be
deceptive. If you look at an average of [realtime]'s output,
then it will show 1.4 (at 44.1kHz).