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another question, about routing in to outputs

December 8, 2006 | 5:50 pm

Hi,
I have 4 different input containing some stuff fx’s or QT’s that need to be routed to three different videoplanes.

I want to make it so that i can take input 1 and route it to videoplane 1 2 and 3

when I select input 2 and route it to videoplaane 2 it needs to turn the routing of source 1 off (obviously)

and so on and on

have no clue whatsoever wher to start looking, I tried it using gates and if objects but I just cant see it working that way

best regards, hope someone can set me in the right direction

pieter


December 8, 2006 | 6:02 pm

Try useing [router]. It will connect N inputs to M outputs.

wes

On 12/8/06, pieter coussement wrote:
>
> Hi,
> I have 4 different input containing some stuff fx’s or QT’s that need to be routed to three different videoplanes.
>
> I want to make it so that i can take input 1 and route it to videoplane 1 2 and 3
>
> when I select input 2 and route it to videoplaane 2 it needs to turn the routing of source 1 off (obviously)
>
> and so on and on
>
> have no clue whatsoever wher to start looking, I tried it using gates and if objects but I just cant see it working that way
>
> best regards, hope someone can set me in the right direction
>
> pieter
>


December 8, 2006 | 6:07 pm

Hi Pieter,

Have a look at Jitter Tutorial 26 the effect patcher. Remember in
jitter you only need paas the names of the memory locations jit_…
see the manual.
And see the helpfiles of router, switch and gate.

falk

Am 08.12.2006 um 18:50 schrieb pieter coussement:

>
> Hi,
> I have 4 different input containing some stuff fx’s or QT’s that
> need to be routed to three different videoplanes.
>
> I want to make it so that i can take input 1 and route it to
> videoplane 1 2 and 3
>
> when I select input 2 and route it to videoplaane 2 it needs to
> turn the routing of source 1 off (obviously)
>
> and so on and on
>
> have no clue whatsoever wher to start looking, I tried it using
> gates and if objects but I just cant see it working that way
>
> best regards, hope someone can set me in the right direction
>
> pieter


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