I found big problems opening old and new patches with the beta 21.
In most of the patches with framedelay cycles inside there’s a problem on the opening of the patch: the number of slices of the spread of the cycle start to increase and then the application stops.
try to open with beta 21 this patch from my userpage:
on my pc it crashes…
has anyone the answer?
tnx a lot
long time not seen!!!
i don’t have your problems, because i’m already used to ‘force’ my spreadcounts since a while.
use XMLmarker or any texteditor to find the framedelays in your patch and break their links. then you should be able to start up your patch and add modifications similar to the above mentioned.
Hi Kalle!!! :)
yes, i was invisible for long…
tnx for the reply, i just found the solution:
-i used the get spread to force the spreadcount as you told me.
but this was not enought:
i had to reset all the framedelay cicles and also all the s+h nodes for more than the initial bang (on open). i used a framedelay to have a bang also in the second frame. everything seems to work then.
but i think this behaviour is not normal: seems like vvvv doesn’t initialize all the nodes and subpatches at the same time. Has never been like this in previous betas… has not to be considered a bug?
I hope some devvvv can explain :)
tnx again kalle for your ubiquitous support :D
could you please make an example of this ‘forcing’, i have similar problems with older patches and i dont really get the problem, resetting everything in the patch in the first n frames wont help, tank you
just have a look at the screenshot above…
I am also struggling with Framedelay and its initial values.
The fact is, I don’t really understand what the order is in which things are ‘initalized’, but since I made a loop, I can’t connect the ‘count’ to the getspread, because the count comes from the previous cycle.
Any other ideas? And what exactly are the rules when a patch is started? what is done in which order?
For example a ‘change’ node. Will it bang on creation?
Just make a patch, save it and open it to test? ;)
The Change node by default gives a bang on openening a patch.
The TogEdge gives a bang on DownEdge pin.
But in Herr Inspector you can turn that off. (the hidden pin called ‘bang on create’)
A framedelay loop needs an ‘onopen’ to give it some initial values.
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