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Develop your own custom effects for Jitter without writing any code.
Combine all those jit.op objects into a single, efficient object. Create your own Jitter operations that combine all the parts you need in one object, without having to download the SDK. Warp images, mess with colors, and create fresh compositing studies from raw materials. The jit.pix and jit.gen objects compile to a C object behind the scenes, while you work, so you get instant results.
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Expand your Matrix with advanced tools that generate, manipulate, and manage Matrix data.
Create custom particle physics generators, data management tricks, and mesh geometry with jit.gen. Gen gives you access to all your Matrix data in an efficient and lightweight way.
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Create efficient GLSL-based image effects with visual patching.
Create high definition visual effects with jit.gl.pix. Imagine a jit.gl.slab object with a patching interface inside of it. Quickly discover just the look you want by patching together simple operators that are compiled to GLSL on the fly.
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Combine visual patching with text code using Codebox for maximum flexibility.
Some ideas are just easier to express in text code, while others benefit from a visual flow of operations. With Gen, you can get the best of both approaches with the Codebox object. Insert a Codebox to include procedural code that lives alongside visual patching. Codebox uses a lightweight and easy to learn GenExpr syntax.
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