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using midi controllers often leads to high bridge counts.

kalle experienced a better latency behaviour using a workaround:

use a DMX (Network Artnet Sender) to broadcast the values from your midicontrollers.
use a boygrouped DMX (Network Artnet Receiver) (and some GetSlice (Spreads) ) in your Server Patch to distribute those values on the clients.

Advantages:

  • the latency is noticeably lower (maybe Artnet has less protocol overhead)
  • less active bridges
  • you even don't have to run those patches on the boygroupserver: take another pc (even some old one) and dedicate it only to be a "Device Server". obvious that this gains perfomance reserves on the boygroupserver when it doesn't have to wait for midi-events.

this is also a nice solution to distribute e.g. Audio FFT-data to all servers/clients.

^download patches^

see kalle.Modules.DMX.Universal for some handy modules to code/decode several dataytypes to DMX

send MIDI controller via Artnet

send Audio data via Artnet

receive data via Artnet

anonymous user login

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~1d ago

joreg: @barbarerik maybe this one helps: vvvv-beta\girlpower\VL\Curves\SplineTree

~2d ago

barbarerik: Can somebody point me to example how to Bezier in Gamma? some example of how to connect nodes. Thanks

~2d ago

karistouf: @joreg, thank you

~2d ago

joreg: @karistouf there are no freeframes in x64 but you can use Contours via VL.OpenCV in VL!

~2d ago

karistouf: is there any contour.dll (FreeFrame) in x64 ? thank you

~4d ago

joreg: @qoupas i'm afraid this is a rather unspecific question. please start a forum thread with more details so we can help you.

~4d ago

qoupas: Hi, which nodes to use to parse real time data from a webpage ?

~10d ago

joreg: Happy and new, the #vvvv gamma 2021.4.4 release is out now: https://thegraybook.vvvv.org/changelog/2021.4.html

~20d ago

skyliner: happy new year evvvveryone!