Thanks for pointing out my use of M instead of N Patrick - this had me really puzzled. I am going to stick with the if statement though because I need to stream the inputs according to ranges so I am using 2 if statements and one split object.
I've got the if and split objects working fine with imovie (see post above) but am trying to apply the same logic to a jit.qt.movie unsuccessfully. I'm going to post this issue in the jitter forum too as I'm not sure where the problem lies. Any ideas? Thanks
Kurt Kalske came up with this response which works - Thanks again Kurt:
"There were two errors in your patch. The "if" statement requires a typed variable, "$i1" instead of just "$1".
Also there's a logic error: you want to test when your variable transitions into the next chosen range, not constantly reporting what range it is in. Try the example below.