[Clam-devel] Network Editor flashy demo
xavier at amatriain.net
Thu Apr 16 05:41:49 PDT 2009
I managed to do this. It is pretty cool since now I can have
NetworkEditor detecting the chords of a stream coming from a youtube
video (actually this opens up some very interesting related applications).
In any case, this is how I managed to configure stuff (basically deals
with using Pulseaudio as an intermediate layer to route the output of
the flash plugin into Jack). I am copying from an email I sent to
someone asking about it:
After some messing around, it turns out that what you can read here
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=843012 in the
"*Pulse Audio through jack" *section works pretty much out of the box if
you follow the steps (they are not so clear).
You can find more details and rationale in this referring thread
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=829458&page=3 . But this can
complicate your live more than strictly necessary :-)
Btw, I still have not found a stable config for jack server in these
conditions (it sometimes crashes). But I am sure it deals with correct
buffer sizes and such.
Xavier Amatriain wrote:
> What I am trying to do right now... Because it is a web conference, I would like to show NetworkEditor processing something coming from the browser (i.e. Firefox). Ideally, I would pick a music video from youtube and use a Chord detector network to detect the harmony. The issue here is that I have to reroute the output of the flash plugin in Firefox to jack and then into Network Editor... not working yet but seems feasible (any hint in this direction will be appreaciated).
> ----- original message --------
> Subject: Re: [Clam-devel] Network Editor flashy demo
> Sent: Wed, 15 Apr 2009
> From: David García Garzón<dgarcia at iua.upf.edu>
>> On Wednesday 15 April 2009 13:34:43 Xavier wrote:
>>> Btw, and related to our WWW demo next Wednesday.... I will spend 3-4
>>> minutes showing the Network Editor. Any suggestion on what example I can
>>> be showing that is flashy enough?
>> We are just preparing the workshop for LAC, you could reuse that.
> --- original message end ----
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