different background in matrix with expr


    May 22 2012 | 7:16 pm
    I suppose it's a very stupid question for jitter masters,
    but… how can I change the background from black to another color in such a matrix?
    Many thanks
    mat

    • May 22 2012 | 8:06 pm
      jit.expr fills your matrix based on a formula. in this case you have a one plane matrix only: so if you have black its just the number "0", if you have pure white it is "255".
      If you want to replace all the black pixels (= zeros), you could first transform the matrix in a 4 plane matrix (jit.matrix 4 char 200 100), then you could use f.e. jit.chromakey to replace black with another color, or you could use jit.op...
    • May 22 2012 | 9:26 pm
      Thank you very much.
      So, can't I create the same effect with a different 'color background' inside 'jit.expr' (changing, of course the matrix to 4 planes)? I tried to change the expression, but no success…
      mat
    • May 22 2012 | 9:41 pm
      since you are simply trying to replace black (or 0), as simple [ jit.op @op + ] will do the trick.
      one way of many:
    • May 22 2012 | 10:29 pm
      Thank you Robert,
      now it's clearer.