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Time: 2009-03-04 19:29:22
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Currently the graphic/video extension GEM can only be used with one output window.

There is already a branch with an initial implementation of multiple output windows in Gem CVS, but there are many problems (see http://puredata.info/dev/gemwiki/MultipleWindows).

Because GEM runs currently in the same thread as Pd, it can lead to audio dropouts. Therefore, together with the implementation of multiple output windows, all GEM processing should be done in a seperate thread.

This project should include the following tasks:

- implement an infrastructure that supports multiple output targets for GEM (for more details see http://puredata.info/dev/gemwiki/MultipleWindows)

  - targets can be windows, video-output devices, movie files, vector graphics (post script),...

  - implement several "standard" targets (most important: windows)

- it should also be possible to use GEM without an output window at all (rendering without Gemwin)

- finally the graphic/video processing should be done in a seperate thread, to avoid audio dropouts (since rendering to multiple output targets will most likely need signfificantly more processing power)

- all these feature must be cross platform (with the exception of the implementation of the output target modules, which might be platform dependent)


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