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faq:how_should_i_get_started_with_the_fieldtrip_realtime_buffer [2015/12/01 10:28]
131.174.46.56 [How should I get started with the FieldTrip realtime buffer?]
faq:how_should_i_get_started_with_the_fieldtrip_realtime_buffer [2017/08/17 11:21] (current)
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   - Start the ''​buffer''​ application.   - Start the ''​buffer''​ application.
   - Start the ''​sine2ft''​ application.   - Start the ''​sine2ft''​ application.
-  - Start the ''​bufferViewer''​ application.+  - Start the ''​viewer''​ application.
  
 The buffer application does not show anything, it only starts the buffer, which subsequently starts listening to network requests on port 1972 (the default port). On the DOS or Unix command line you are able to specify another port, but that is not required here. The buffer application does not show anything, it only starts the buffer, which subsequently starts listening to network requests on port 1972 (the default port). On the DOS or Unix command line you are able to specify another port, but that is not required here.
  
-The sine2ft and bufferViewer ​initially looks like this:+The sine2ft and viewer ​initially looks like this:
  
 {{:​faq:​sine2ft.png?​300|}} {{:​faq:​sine2ft.png?​300|}}
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-If you click "​start"​ in the sine2ft window, and subsequently "​connect"​ in the bufferViewer ​window, you will see that data starts streaming from sine2ft->​buffer->​bufferViewer.+If you click "​start"​ in the sine2ft window, and subsequently "​connect"​ in the viewer ​window, you will see that data starts streaming from sine2ft->​buffer->​viewer.
  
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