The translate object moves a graphical element to a new position. But it's not moving from 0,0 but relative from the last drawn object. This is evaluated not from top to bottom or left to right but from the order in which the programmer developed the program, so from what they wrote first. Deleted objects created during development are not garbage collected, so this is relative to objects that are no longer visible in code. Two identical looking source codes will come up with different results.
#pd is fucking amazing
Now that I've got a working visualisation, I need to be able to record it.
#ffmpeg is recording weird static. #recordmydesktop is getting black. #vokoscreen is not happening. #OpenBroadcastStudio is crashing. If I press shift-contrl-alt-r, I get a lovely recording that stops after 30 seconds (I need 20 minutes).
This is some #wayland bullshit, isn''t it?
It was indeed wayland bullshit.
The answer (for now) is #GreenRecorder
sudo add-apt-repository \ ppa:fossproject/ppa
sudo apt update
sudo apt install green-recorder
@celesteh if this is only pd gem, try pix_write to output an image sequence then encode with ffmpeg
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!