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Re: Cthugha program

Looks like Direct Input.  Do you have DirectX installed on your computer?


Kevin Goldsmith                         kevin@unitcircle.com
Unit Circle Media                       http://www.unitcircle.com/

On Fri, 12 Mar 1999, Peter Spoecker wrote:

> I tried the alpha W95 version and when I try to run it I get this 
> Anybody know what this is about?  Where do I get this dinput.dll file?
> >I downloaded the alpha W95 version and it works flawlessly for the 
> >The sync with the music is there (along the CD is perfect, with line In 
> >got some graphic stuttering) and the graphic textures are really
> impressive.
> >I think this is one of the coolest progs I've ever tried. And 
> >potentials are awesome. I've been hypnotized to the screen for hours,
> >listening to Clifford Gilberto and UNKLE CDs.
> >
> >ciao
> >leo
> >
> >At 15.01 11/03/99 -0800, you wrote:
> >>Thanks for the information.  I'll try downloading the demo version of
> >>Imagine and see what it looks like.  The information on the site is a 
> >>sparse about specifics (like what video capture boards are supported, 
> it
> >>Mac or PC or both, etc.)
> >>I still haven't been able to get the Cthuga program to work either on 
> >>computer or my brother's.  You get a series of stills that you can
> sequence
> >>with any key, but no effect with sound.  On my brother's computer 
> >>the additional problem that the images only fill the upper half of the
> >>screen.  Anybody out there with personal experience with this program?
> What
> >>could be happening here that I can't get it to work?  All in all so far
> this
> >>program looks like a lot of the "freeware" that I've had experience 
> >>over the years; some good fun ideas, but not quite there yet.
> >>
> >>Peter
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>>At 9:08 AM -0800 3/9/99, Peter Spoecker wrote:
> >>>>Another issue I've often wondered about is if there's any program 
> can
> >>>>modify video being played from an external input into a video card?
> >>>>Particularly cool would be sound activated color cycling.  I've done
> this
> >>>>using an Amiga video toaster system in a rather complex 
> >>>>Anybody know if there's a program around that lets you use sound as a
> >>>>modulation source for color cycling or otherwise modulating a video
> signal
> >>>>being displayed with a video card in a PC?
> >>>
> >>>I don't know if it will do everything you want, but Imagine allows
> >>>programmable manipulation of live video
> >>>
> >>>http://www.xs4all.nl/~steim/imagine.html
> >>>
> >>>Stuart
> >>>
> >>>Stuart Fox
> >>>CalArts Guitar
> >>>sgfox@music.calarts.edu
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >