qcOSC Description The plug-in was created because there seems to be a problem with the built-in OSC receiver in QC in that it sometimes outputs 0’s instead of the last received numeric value, causing something best described as “stuttering” when used for visual output. Additionally the plug-in automatically creates its outlets when receiving messages and advertises its input port via Zeroconf (otherwise know as Bonjour in Apple-land.) Installation
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How to backup and convert Blu-ray to MP4 HD or MKV HD - VideoHelp Forum This guide will describe how to convert your own Blu-ray Disc video to a single MP4 HD or MK4 HD file that can be played on computers, HTPC and media centers like the Popcorn Hour, Tvix, etc. You could also use this guide to just shrink Blu-ray and output as a new Blu-ray Disc / AVCHD. You need of course a Blu-ray reader like a Blu-ray ROM or Blu-ray Writer and lots of HDD space. Tools required:AnyDVD($110) or you could try free DumpHD but it does not support newer movies with BD+.Ripbot264(free) and it requires that you have installed .Net Framework 2.0, Avisynth, ffdshow, Haali media splitter.suprip (if you need subtitles).Preparation Install AnyDVD.If you are in Windows Vista, you have to disable UAC(User Account Control) and run as administrator.
TUIO-Client Plugin for Quartz Composer: Lion 64-bit compile Tonight I made a 64-bit compile of the TUIO-Client Plugin for Quartz Composer. I messed around with the Kinect-Plugin for Quartz Composer and discovered the TUIO-multitouch and gesture protocol, which looks really promising. The protocol support really a lot of common creative coding software. The binary of the TUIO-Client Plugin for Quartz Composer I downloaded from the TUIO-site did not launch in my Quartz Composer on OS-X Lion. The problem actually seems, that it was compiled for an older version of Mac OSX and Quartz had problems in actually loading and/or finding the path. Now I freshly compiled the source for 64-bit Mac OS-X machines and put it into the “right” plugin directory for Quartz Composer on Lion.
Patchwork Orange: Art of Fixing Buildings with LEGO Blocks « Dornob A missing brick here and chipped stone there show the normal marks of wear and tear on the structures and streets of a city, but filling them in with multi-colored LEGO bricks makes them stand out in sharp relief with their surroundings – especially in a place like Berlin. Titled ‘Dispatchwork’ (a linguistic play on ‘dispatching’ and ‘patching’ the holes), this is part urban art installation, part historical highlighting (since many of the gaps date back to World War II) and part method of calling attention to buildings that could use some help. Jan Vormann has been toying with LEGO pieces for a long time in various artistic capacities – as well as infilling structural holes with mirrors and other attention-getting materials. It may look haphazard at first, but there is an art to the process: identifying gaps is naturally subjective, and filling them in is both a creative and crafty act that can involve turning corners and working with existing structural details.