Following the Kinect + Isadora tutorials on Windows 10 and Having Issues
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So I've been following this tutorial -
And it took me a while to even get where I am (where processing is working and tracking Kinect info). Unfortunately, there a lot of missing files I had to track down - but I got it!
Buuuut now I can't get anything out of processing and into Isadora - Spoutreciever2 failed on launch, and the new one needs Spoutpanel.exe which wasn't available in the version of Spout (beta) that had all the files in it - so I can't figure out how to receive the video data.
More disappointing, OSC doesn't seem to be transferring either, and that's what I really need it for. I don't see any errors in the Processing log, and my skeleton is tracking just fine (as far as I can tell) - but Isadora isn't recieving any OSC from Processing.
I'm on Windows 10, the version of Processing recommended in the Tutorial, using a Kinect 1414 and Isadora 2.5.2 - any ideas? The video feed isn't as important for my current project, but it would be nice. What I really need is OSC. Thanks!
Here's the OSC section of the processing file - I just checked TouchOSC to make sure it wasn't Isadora having the issue (it's not). Whatever the issue, it's from processing.
Could you provide us with the file itself (upload it either with the forum or zip and send us a link with a online service) then I can actually see or I can give you any help. The image that you provided seems to be correct, and when I try the examples of the OSCP5 library everthing seems to be working fine.
+ try out the follow code and let us know or you get any feedback if you go to Isadora > Stream Setup (tick the little box 'Auto-detect input') and press the canvas of the running processing patch with your mouse
I used the files in the tutorials - didn't make any changes in there. The processing is attached. In Izzy, I couldn't get the "stream setup" to recognize anything out of processing. However, touchOSC worked fine.
@Juriaan - and yes, Isadora saw the "example" file you sent me when I clicked the canvas.