it's been a week now I'm struggling to record properly a GEM output,
reading archives and forums.
I have fairly complex audiovisual patch with multiple geos, four
pix_snaps to create motion blur effect for 1280x320 res, and data
exchange through local network.
However I can record in a really good quality using both pix_record or
The problem is the recorded video is faster than the actual one.
It doesn't matter if I record frames with pix_write and build a movie
with ffmpeg or I record a whole movie with pix_record, the resulting
movie is faster anyway.
(I can confirm it 100% as I also record audio at the same time, and it
is indeed longer)
This happens on a machine with ATI card, both in ubuntu jaunty and
windows with Pd-ext 42.5 rc 5.
What is even weirder is that if I load the recorded video into Pd with
pix_film it tells me the video has 115 fps, but with any other
software fps is between 20 and 30 (which I assume should be the proper
Anybody experienced the same?
What could I do about it?
I only have experience with pix_write oby (it generate tif/png/jpeg
image sequence) and it write at framerate specified on the gemwin oby.
If you have [gemwin 50] you have 50 frame per second image sequnce, if
you set [gemwin 25] you have 25 .....