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Re: Re: shaders questions

July 23, 2007 | 4:21 pm

Thank you.

The url is

http://001.vade.info/v001/downloads/v001ShadersB1.zip

I have a couple of questions!

Do the js files go on the same folder as the other files and all the files
are supposed to be in the same folder right?

Can I use jit.xfade to fade shaders? but this I mean that I want them to
overlap. or is there another way to do this better with shaders.

Can you add behaviours to colors, anything, like, if black do chromakey, if
red do subtraction, if blue do this? I guess that you could add specific
objects to the colors right? any tips on this are welcome!

Thanks,

Daniela

On 7/23/07, MJ wrote:
>
> and what’s the url ofthe website?
>
> shaders can go everey where if you want.
> but they should be in the search path of max.
>
> most jitter shader live in /Applications/"MaxMSP 4.6"/"cycling
> ’74"/jitter-shaders.
>
> -mj
> >I found the website but I am confused about where do the shaders go?
> >In which folder?
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Daniela
>
>


http://www.danielast.com



Dan
July 23, 2007 | 5:14 pm

The JXS (not JS) files go in your shaders folder. From the Readme
file included with the shaders:

< <
Copy the shader folders to your Cycling 74/jitter-shaders/

Copy the help files to the max-help folder

Optional : Copy the Shader Overview to your Extras folder for easy
access
>>

You can fade between the shaders’ output using the included
compositing shaders (see v001.co3.help). Not sure what exactly what
you mean by "behaviours"… :-/


July 23, 2007 | 5:22 pm

Thank you!

On 7/23/07, Dan Winckler wrote:
>
> The JXS (not JS) files go in your shaders folder. From the Readme file
> included with the shaders:
> < <
> Copy the shader folders to your Cycling 74/jitter-shaders/
>
> Copy the help files to the max-help folder
>
> Optional : Copy the Shader Overview to your Extras folder for easy access
> >>
>
> You can fade between the shaders’ output using the included compositing
> shaders (see v001.co3.help). Not sure what exactly what you mean by
> "behaviours"… :-/
>
>
>
>
>


http://www.danielast.com


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