I’m new to Jitter and I have searched in the forum and in the tutorials but haven’t been able to find a solution for this. I need to drag content (say video) from one window to another (three windows in total) such that if the video is dragged half way through the first window it will show half of the video in the first window and half of the video in the second window.

I’m trying using jit.gl.render and jit.jl.videoplane, but i’m really confused about which parameters to use for this.

Any help will be really appreciated!!

Thanks,

Carolina

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the three windows are not going through a tiple head to go card from matrox ?

-if not then make one jit.gl render to a jit.window with the size/shape of all three windows ( e.g. 3072×768)

-then send the output of the jit.render to a matrix

-cut up the matrix in three parts and send each part to a window

if you are using a th2g skip the last two steps

]]>This is really useful, will give it a shot. Just a question: the content i need to display don’t necessarily need to match the size of one window or the three of them together… i’m pretending that each window is a separate screen and that i can drag and drop content from one to another as if i was mirroring them. Do I need to do a matrix that is the same size as the content i´m showing in the windows or as the sum of the three windows?

Sorry, I´m confused with the matrices!

Thanks again!

C