I think that we work differently. Is easy to say ok you are poor so go and study get a degree get a job and car e.t.c.
But the reality is that I just got Jitter and I want to do something with it so I need some help if this forum is not helpful in the sense that I am asking for help and the some people post me the patches and some other people acting like read the tutorials.
Do you really think that the tutorials for Max/Msp Jitter are understandable completely?
Do you think by studying the tutorials you dont need to go to school or ask help from people? If you claim the above that means the forum is useless.
Anyway something is also going on with my new Mac intel laptop and the built-in isight camera and Jitter I think although I am not sure yet.
On this topic, I want to say that I just participated in a really good Jitter class taught by Josh Goldberg. We were playing with some CV things, and ended up doing something similar to what YAC posted above, but rather than using jit.scissors, we used poly~ to grid the input into a variable number of submatrices. The technique works rather nicely until you try to get too many instances of the poly~ going. But for something like an 8 x 8 grid, it works very well.
There are people who really give me an idea how to solve the issue that I have by sending a patch and others who say ok take this pill (read this tutorial) and you are going to be fine.
Anyway I just got Jitter and I am new to that so sometimes is annoying to beg for patch but that is the only way that I can understand.
Some other people say few words like connect this and that and you will achive what you want. I am trying again and again and it doesnt work because I just started learning jitter so it will be better off to see the real patch instead of hearing vague words.