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defer External De-prioritize a message
When Overdrive mode is enabled, objects such as metro operate at interrupt level. This locks out other processing from happening, which may affect timing performance. If you want to execute a time-consuming task, such as using an Uzi for repetitive operations or the bang message to a table object, you can defer the interrupt level output to the lower priority main event level by passing a message through the defer object.
deferlow External like the defer object, but always places at the tail of the queue.
like the defer object, but always places at the tail of the queue. this is unlike the defer object, which if called at interrupt, places the task at the front of the queue, and otherwise executes immediately. deferlow is useful to preserve sequencing and/or guarantee that a task will be deferred to a future servicing of the low priority queue.
deferlow External defer the execution of a message (always).
De-prioritize a message to the lowest priority.
qlim External Queue-based message passing control.
like speedlim -> deferlow.
tl.n++ Abstraction Slow uppward uzi for large tasks.
Max is responsive while task is performing, as each count value is delayed by 0 and defered.
tl.n-- Abstraction Slow downward uzi for large tasks.
Max is responsive while task is performing, as each count value is delayed by 0 and defered.
v.defer External v.defer allows you to defer the processing of a stream.
v.defer allows you to defer the processing of a stream. This allows you, for example, to move lower priority branches of a stream to a lower processing priority level to allow more processing time for higher priority elements.
v.screen External v.screen displays an incoming video stream in a rectangle in the patcher window.
v.screen displays an incoming video stream in a rectangle in the patcher window. The screen rectangle can be resized. The incoming stream is rescaled to the full rectangle. Except for ati mode and gl modes, all display modes are done in deferred mode, meaning that they are lower priority than most processing (except if over-drive is off). Usually this is okay, but there are times when you want to prioritize display. ati mode (where available) and gl mode allow the display to operate on the same priority level as the rest of the processing.
v.window External v.window displays an incoming video stream in a window
v.window displays an incoming video stream in a window. The window can be resized. The incoming stream is rescaled to the full window. Except for ati mode, all display modes are done in deferred mode, meaning that they are lower priority than most processing (except if over-drive is off). Usually this is okay, but there are times when you want to prioritize display. ”ati” mode (where available) and "gl" mode allow the display to operate on the same priority level as the rest of the processing. v.window will, by default, apply any alpha channel that accompanies the received stream before displaying.
WhichThread Javaclass (mxj) creates a new thread in Java and calls the bang() method from there.
mxj will automatically defer output from an outlet to the main thread if the outlet method is called from a thread other than the main or scheduler threads.
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