Philipp Überbacher wrote:
nope. I'm looking for the same info :) The table on the wiki page is
based on a spreadsheet that Albert Graef sent me. Neither the
round-table, not the wrap-up session has been recorded.
I know there've been ~15 people (most of which subscribe to LAD)
participating in the round-table and ~50 in the wrap-up session.
In partictular the "multi-rate", "sync" & "async" need clarification.
I assume "multi-rate" means real-time resampling (different sample-rates
in the _same_ session).
Also "batch" is somewhat sloppy. Does it mean batch processing is
available from inside the application or just that the app can be
launched from a batch script?
> The table looks like it could become something useful, but you're right,
right, but the tools-overview is a bit different: It does not aim to be
complete and puts focus on well-established frameworks to give an
overview to newcomers:
"I want to do an interactive A/V piece: What software do you recommend?"
The round-table was intended to give developers an opportunity to
position themselves and think about what a given app does best and how
to distinguish one from the other; along the lines:
"We don't need another framework, we need to consolidate existing ones".
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