yes of course it's possible. that's why there is a tutorial for it ;)
we need a bit more info. what did you try? what didn't work? what were you expecting and what did you get? did you give jit.findbounds good values to track? did you look into [suckah] to get color values for jit.findbounds?
@MIB I i'm following the tutorial nr 25 from the Jitter Tutorials, but thats not with a webcam but with a normal video.
I just replaced the jit.qt.movie with a jit.dx.grab but this will probably too simplistic?
My jit.findbounds values stay on -1.
I had a bit of trouble with the patch you posted unfortunately.
I have converted tutorial 25 to work with webcam video but the tracking of colour isn't working. Could someone have a look at what is wrong with it? And is there a way of setting what colour to look for?
Interesting approach, really like the ability to click on the colour to track.
I am getting some very sporadic results mind, not sure if I have set it up right but I (change in numbers) until the tolerance is increased to about 0.6 and even then I don't think it is tracking what I want it to.
Hmmm... I played with the patch a bit. Maybe i's something wrong with the jit.findbounds (I can reproduce your problem on my computer) or there's a bug in the patch - I'm not sure. But we can workaround this problem anyway.
Check attached patch - I moved some parts of the work into jit.pix and jit.fastblur objects. Hope, this is helpful.