Here's another spectrum plug I made using a different approach. Unfortunately this is even less accurate, but it looks fun and is useful as a visualizer. Here I have the "Calculate Amplitude for Frequencies" set to "quadratic", which arranges the bin values decently enough that they can be processed in an even row (In the previous composition I spaced the bins exponentially). With the bins spaced linearly they can then be processed as scalable rectangle layers. If anyone knows a good way of taking the bins and then reprocessing them into more accurate data then please let me know.
In about 2003 with my G4 tower I used a great little bit of software called BTV from https://www.bensoftware.com/ It had a motion detection feature which at the time I couldn't find elsewhere.
When my new 'neighbours' moved in recently I looked around the app store for something FREE to do motion triggered recording and didn't find what I was looking for....
The app records video (Image only) in h.264 at the native framerate and size of the source.
It's all in one window with a couple of UI controls.
I cannot send OSC message to a chooser address. Vuo uses always a random port address and not the address I give in the "Specify OSC IP output. (see attachment picture 1)
Have you found a workaround?:
I downloaded from the forum a patch "send OSC" and it was working (picture 2). The node has the name "Make OSC IP Output" and not Specify. If I copy this node in the other patch it get the same behaviour as the specify node.
Perhaps I miss something . the first patch is also a example patch: VisualizeFrequencies