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using internal microphone to change image rotation

June 14, 2009 | 4:39 am

Hi all,

I’m completely new to Jitter and just trying to break apart examples to teach myself the logic. Right now I’m trying to setup something where depending on how loud the volume input on my internal microphone, a video I set to run will scale and rotate. on a running video, it will rotate the image.

Does anyone have any examples or places I can look to take a stab at this functionality? The Jitter tutorials are kinda confusing me (though that’s mostly my own fault).

Thanks in advance!
-Jim


June 14, 2009 | 5:34 am

Look at [jit.rota] for all your scaling and rotation needs, the help file is fairly intuitive, just copy the bits you need into your own patch. For finding the level of an incoming signal use [adc~] and then look at [avg~] or [peakamp~]. These will give you values in max that you can manipulate however you see fit. Perhaps look at [scale] and [>] which might help also.

lh


April 27, 2013 | 7:01 am

thank you, this is something different form the image programme tutorial : on how to rotate the image.


August 14, 2013 | 12:35 am

I use an imaging sdk found on the internet which can do image processing like rotation . Install it and it becomes a selectable processing option.Then you can rotate images in any program at all, including Adobe Acrobat . Just open the images, select rotate ,and follow the setps given in the sdk, the task will be finished in several seconds. if you haven’t found a good choice , you can have a try. best wishes.


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