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#166 pix_write producing some strange RGB values

v0.39.2
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nobody
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2008-01-10
2007-07-16
Mr-Bo
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Just to notify that pix_write is producing some strange RGB values, out of line with whats in the render window.

This is on pd extended on OSX 10.4

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    An example patch is always very helpful, especially if it triggers the problem every time that it is run. Ideally the example patch would have only enough objects to cause the problem, but nothing else.

     
  • Mr-Bo
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    2007-07-17

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    Sorry, this is on the prehistoric PowerPC's.
    File Added: RGB-Grab.pd

     
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    2007-07-17

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    Sorry, this is on the prehistoric PowerPC's.
    File Added: RGB-Grab.pd

     
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    could you please provide images (screenshots) on how it does look like and how it is supposed to look.
    (sorry for the added inconvenience).

    furthermore: is this related to pd-extended? (or rather: why does this issue have a 0.39.2 tag?)

     
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    This appears to be a bug with the TIFF writing component in Quicktime. Try adding a 1 after the file name to select JPG image writing. Example message: 'file $1 1'

     
  • Mr-Bo
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    2007-07-27

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    Yes, this is related to PD extended - didnt know what tag to label it under. Let me know if I can label it correctly. With regards to the quicktime bug, well, the problem doesnt occur on a older GEM version (0.90 compiled Mar 06). Additionaly, the problem persists when outputing .jpg format. Beats me. The two files attached have background colour set to 1 0 0.3. Guess which is the odd one out...?
    File Added: Test1.jpg

     
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