[dim] in jit.gl.pix when there are 2 input matrices

    Nov 11 2015 | 11:06 pm
    Hi all,
    What will be the value of [dim] when when there are 2 input matrices coming to jit.gl.pix object? I am facing this question with the example patch (Examples > jitter-examples > gen > jit.gl.pix sprinkle).
    Many thanks for your help, Masa

    • Nov 12 2015 | 2:42 am
      From the Gen Overview document.. at the very bottom.. in fine print.. near the legal disclaimer:
      " In jit.gl.pix , the values for the cell and dim operators are calculated from the properties of the left-most input (in1). "
    • Nov 12 2015 | 11:39 pm
      Thank you so much Metamax. I should re-read the document again...!
    • May 03 2021 | 9:03 pm
      Hello Gen Jitters, I'm new in the gen world, so I'm still figuring out basic stuff. I looked around in the forum and in the documentation, but I didn't find the answers I'm looking for.
      dim operator reference
      dim operator reference
      This info doesn't mean much for a beginner without some basic example of usage. I have a basic example where I have a one plane input matrix of size 5x2. I expected to get that info from the dim operator but I only get 5's (the x axis).
      I already tried all possible combinations the I could remember. Does anyone know how explain this to me?
      Eventually I wish to learn how to access this info in the codebox. It's a tiny step of something bigger that I'm trying to achieve. Thank you all!
    • May 04 2021 | 5:18 pm
      the output matrix dims and planecount will match the leftmost input matrix, so if you want 2 plane output then you need to send in 2 plane input.
    • May 05 2021 | 7:36 pm
      Thank you very much for the reply Rob! I was banging my head around that...