I want to use purr-data alongside openframeworks (with OSC as means of communication). The thing is, purr-data requires me to run Jack in the background to manage the audio routing, and once jack is running, my ofVideoPlayer won’t update my video anymore.
I do not understand enough about “realtime processing” whatsoever to get what’s (not) happening here.
JACK is set up to use alsa at 44.1k (with a ✓tick at ‘Realtime’).
Any idea on what’s wrong here? Why would the ofVideoPlayer be hampered by JACK?
Thanks in advance!