Old 16th July 2004, 06:12   #1
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patchbox

just a head up to you guys, just released is a free software package that can stream on the local computer or via a network using any WFV codec as the transport video data from any freeframe compliant application to another (thus allowing many VJ apps to communicate with each other over the net, with the output of one, being the input of another)
and also there is an AVS APE, so you can stream your AVS outputs into VisualJockey, VJamm,resolume or whatever else supports freeframe.

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Old 16th July 2004, 06:52   #2
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nice, time to reinstall resolume :]
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Old 16th July 2004, 16:03   #3
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works perfectly, thanks
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Old 18th July 2004, 11:44   #4
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ooh, i'll try this


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Old 18th July 2004, 19:12   #5
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I have pentium ii & when I want to try this my machine restart over restart!!!

I can't see you app.
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Old 19th July 2004, 01:57   #6
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not actually my app
hmm, it _MAY_ require latest MFC 7 dlls.. that could be the problem.. plus its probably optomised for p3 or p4 rather than p2..
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Old 19th July 2004, 15:46   #7
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PII? shit man.....get yourself a better machine ffs


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Old 28th July 2004, 01:06   #8
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I'm still using a p3 450,
people say that you couldn't find something like this in a cave in Iraq.
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Old 28th July 2004, 13:27   #9
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well.... 450 is damn slow for me i guess
i'm using a P4 2.8 Ghz right now


p.s. i know P4 sucks but atleast somethings better than nothing


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Old 28th July 2004, 16:28   #10
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I guess I'd better not say that I'm still using a Celeron processor here (1.7GHz, but still)... oops! slipped right off my tongue

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Old 29th July 2004, 13:53   #11
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hah i too was using a celeron till some days before i finally got this P4


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Old 29th July 2004, 14:35   #12
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I'm glad this thread hasn't gone wildly off topic or anything

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oops yeah sorry i guess i'm the one who started it.
[backtotopic] works really great! [/backtotopic]


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Old 1st August 2004, 04:10   #14
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p.s. i know P4 sucks but atleast somethings better than nothing
Why does P4 suck? It's still one of the best processors around[/offtopic]

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Old 1st August 2004, 06:49   #15
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[offtopic] i dont really think p4 sucks really , but intel does [/offtopic]


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Old 1st August 2004, 11:21   #16
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Intel thinks their own (relatively long running) processor sucks?

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nah i think intel suck really


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hmm.. p4 is only the best non server processor on the market...

anyway, this sounds really cool.. i'll have to check it out when i get some time

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Old 4th August 2004, 08:33   #19
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why does it suck?

unless you understand uops, assembler, SSE, SSE2, cache lines and rows and all that sort of stuff, its probably just some uninformed opinion, rather than an objective judgement.

problems i have with p4 are some pipeline latencies and extra clock cycles certian instructions have..

however if you understand architecture and write software specifically for p4, p4 rocks, also p4 rocks how it rearranges bad/sloppy code to make it faster (thus speeding up the majority of lame-ass windows software out there)..
intel leads the way, amd follows and imitates, also intel aims for real world preformance, while AMD aims for making the commonly benchmarked features faster.
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unless you understand uops, assembler, SSE, SSE2, cache lines and rows and all that sort of stuff, its probably just some uninformed opinion, rather than an objective judgement
Seems a little presumptious to imply someone has no understanding of basic processor operation when you dont know them. I think you'll find a lot of people here know more than you'd expect.

I agree with some of your statements about the p4 tho, it is a good processor provided you account for its 'features' at run-time. Although I'm not quite sure what you mean by "p4 rocks how it rearranges bad/sloppy code to make it faster"

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Old 4th August 2004, 12:42   #21
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i wasn't assuming, but rather asking, putting out the details, to find out what was the basis of such an assumption.

as for your question
p4 expands on the p6 core's ability to rearrange code at instruction decode stage to rearrange instructions to run at the fastest possible combo
it gives significant gains to alot of common software - however still when software sloppiness goes into sloppy alogirthms, and slow API's it can't magically make them all streamlined and fast, but it can on a small scale at a time.
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Sorry I joined into this processor stuff, but here's an hint.
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I was vaguely aware that newer processors had some re-arrangement of intructions capability but I always doubted the end speed increase was significant. I would suspect design time (efficient alogorithms) and compile time (extended instruction set utilisation, quad byte alignment etc...) optimisations make such run time optimisations almost insignificant. Still, I dont know much about it so i could be wrong.

We'll just steer clear of intels less considered choices, like basic processor layout and byte pair reversal

Oh yea and that free software thingy look really cool why not. Gotta get me a copy of Bezierbox or whatever... See, I'm not offtopic at all

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