Probably I don’t understand it enough… This is what I’m trying to do now.
Though every time after a while videos stops to play. I think it just a matter of my stupidity and inserting strange/insane values. ;) But maybe there is some kind “refresh” function? When I open it again it works fine.
Crappy question - can I instead of video show still picture? In a format for eg jpg or smth…
Plus I’ve just tried RMS and this time with Arduino and sensor connected to it. Strange thing is that input values changes not only from 1 to 0 but vvvv also shows values in between (0.6666, 0425… etc). But it should not be possible since sensor can send (and it does - I can see it from serial monitor) only two values… Any ideas about it?
If someone could look into my patch it would be much more than awesome. :)
My problem appears when I want to switch from video to picture and back.
I’ve tried to change values many many times but it either shows video ether picture. One time I managed to set value and then it was changing from vid to pic. But very fast and I’m not even sure that it reacted to sound… And I forgot to save it… (yes… Stupidity…)
I will surely become better and more clearer with my quewstions and patches because I fell in love with vvvv. :)
Probably last question is how to play audio together with video = at the same time. And audio is actually together with video = in same file. Possible/not/how?
Yep I understand and can see that there is volume pin in audioout. My question is where to connect it. If I want to play it at the same time as video plays should I connect it to the existing rms somehow or should it has to have another input?
So now when sound comes in the Alpha channel of the quad where the video is goes from 0 to 1 then stays to 1 even if the sound goes down the threshold, for a while.
The Audioout Volume pin goes from -60dB (i guess, can t remember now) to +6dB so you want to map that value to the 0-1 range which is sent to the Alpha channel.
Use a Map (Value), connect its input to the decay node, then set the output range so that when the input is 0 the level of the audio is at its lowest rate possible (destination minimum) then set the maximum destination to the level of audio you want when the video is visible.