'PiDiP' is a group of additional video objects for Pure Data Packet. These include:
pdp_ascii -ASCII art renderer pdp_canvas -video canvas pdp_cmap -color mapper pdp_compose -video compositor pdp_capture -screen capture to video utility pdp_ctrack -color tracker pdp_ffmpeg -video streamer towards a ffserver pdp_form -geometric forms adder pdp_i/pdp_o -PD to PD streaming objects pdp_imgloader -loads an image and blends it with a video source pdp_live -video stream decoder (at least from ffserver) pdp_mgrid -grid-based motion detector pdp_pen -free hand drawing object pdp_rec -quicktime file recorder pdp_shape -shape detection object pdp_spigot -video signal router pdp_text -text addition object pdp_transition -transition between two video sources pdp_yq -quicktime movie reader pdp_erode -erosion morphology operator pdp_dilate -dilation morphology operator pdp_hitand miss -hit and miss morphology operator pdp_binary -transforms an image to a binary image pdp_disintegration -effect based on piksels summing and averaging
There is also a collection of objects that lets you apply effecTV filters to your video.
released on 16 November 2004
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|BSD 3Clause||Janet Casey||28 October 2003|
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|Required to use||ffmpeg|
|Required to use||ImageMagick|
|Required to use||pdp|
|Required to use||imlib2|
|Required to use||aalib|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 4 May 2005.
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