how to use

    Apr 27 2009 | 10:28 pm
    I'm trying to figure out how to use, not the easiest since I can't seem to find any great documentation of it but I'm working from the great patch here:
    I've managed to replace the in that with a and control movement along x, y and z axis. Now I'm a bit stuck on how to multiply the videoplane more than 3 times and how to put different textures on each of the videoplanes. I've seen a comment on another post which seems to suggest that @targetname is the solution to this second problem but I'm unsure how. Below is what I have so far - any help much appreciated.
    a+ gar

    • Apr 28 2009 | 12:20 am
      currently, for gl.multiple to function properly, the dimensions of all the input matrices for the glparams need to be the same. this will be changed in a future release.
      therefore, you must set the dim attribute for all your input matrices to the same. you have them set differently in your patch.
    • Apr 28 2009 | 4:44 pm
      ok so I've changed the dimensions on all to jit.matrix 3 float32 15 15 apart from the texture matrix and that seems to allow as many as I need. I also had a play with using pak dim 0 0 to modify each dimension separately and I see what you mean about getting the to function properly. What I didn't understand was how the videoplanes were multipling accross by 3 and then appearing on each other but I've spotted that now as the 3 in the formula ((cell[0]%3)-1)*in[0]. Do you know where I can find some info on The help is pretty thin.
      Also any idea how I get different textures onto those videoplanes now? Thanks.
      a+ gar
    • Apr 30 2009 | 9:31 pm
      here is a patch demoing multiple textures with gl.multiple.
    • Apr 30 2009 | 10:47 pm
      Many thanks for the example but unfortunately I don't have Max 5 so can't view this.
      a+ gar
    • Apr 30 2009 | 11:30 pm
      attached screenshot and the maxpat, which can be converted to m4 with the supercollider converter. best i can do.
    • May 01 2009 | 7:24 pm
      ahh I see, beginning to make more sense now - for anyone trying to do this and failing with Max 4 I've included a version. Many thanks for your help
      a+ gar
    • Apr 13 2013 | 8:26 pm
      @Rob: Just wanted to say, I've been trying to understand for some weeks now and the patch you posted made me understand in 10 minutes. You should really consider using this for the help file as the current one is really hard to understand...
      Thanks for that patch !