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'''Max and Camera Tracking'''
 
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The following patches and notes have been collected on the C'74 Forums and in the Internet to teach the basics of Camera Tracking in Max.  
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The following patches and notes have been collected on the C'74 User Forum and in the Internet. They demonstrate basics of Camera Tracking.
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Various Max User Tips and The Camera Data Tutorial by Andrew Benson give a first Quickstart:
 
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The following patches introduce the cv.jit Toolkit:
 
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Revision as of 01:25, 20 April 2013

Here is a collection of Jitter patches you may find useful in your daily life.

Please consider adding your own patches to the recipe book. You can add to the recipe pages by adding your own code snippets using the <maxcode> tag described in the Editing Quickstart page, or you can include a link to a patch posted to the Max Forum (if you post a link to the Forum, future readers can also see the discussion that generated the patch, too).



Automatic Information on QuickTime Movies

The jit.qt.movie object uses QuickTime movies. When you load a movie, you often want to know information about the movie itself - how many frames does it have? What's the length of the movie in milliseconds?

This patchlet uses get messages to the jit.qt.movie object to report that data to you whenever a movie is loaded.

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YouTube In Max

Not Jitter but it is visual - A simple little patch that lets you watch YouTube video's inside Max.

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Max and Camera Tracking The following patches and notes have been collected on the C'74 User Forum and in the Internet. They demonstrate basics of Camera Tracking.


Various Max User Tips and The Camera Data Tutorial by Andrew Benson give a first Quickstart:

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Face Tracking Example Patches:

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