Subject: Re: sound mutate programs
From: sha. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jul 09 1996 - 10:54:29 EDT
Rick Nance wrote:
> >On Mon, 8 Jul 1996, Eric Cadesky wrote:
> >> I've always hoped to find a program that would generate midi data from
> >> graphic files. Has anyone discovered one?
> >RevoLucid does just that. Runs on SGIs only.
> >Bummer...(for those without)
> >Look at http://hyperreal.com/~scruton/
> Also, is there not a program called 'Big Eye(?)" or some such...for
> converting video data to MIDI?
> sorry, no details but you could easily convert graphics to video.
BigEye - Realtime Video to Midi Software.
BigEye is a computer program designed to take realtime video
information and convert it into midi messages. It runs on any
Macintosh computer running system 7 or later, QuickTime 1.6 and
the Apple Midi Manager or OMS. Available in both 68000
Macintosh and Power PC versions, it supports all QuickTime
compatible video digitizers, including serial cameras like the
Connectix QuickCam, making it usable for PowerBooks and other
non-AV Macintoshes. It is also possible to use prerecorded
QuickTime movies as a video input source.
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