Playing jitter through a projector.

    Sep 01 2011 | 10:51 pm
    Hi guys!, just want to know how can i play some visuals through a projector controling the patch in my computer. Is there an object to do that? Sorry if is a very stupid question but i'm new in jitter.
    All the best.

    • Sep 02 2011 | 1:14 am
      there is not stupid questions. please elaborate more your question. it helps if you have try it, and request for help, rather then ask for your project to be made.
      welcome to max forums!!
    • Sep 02 2011 | 12:12 pm
      A projector is just a monitor. When you connect it to your computer your computer will see it as a monitor and it can duplictate or extend the first monitor (I.e same desktop or a wider desktop). All you need to worry about is when your using jit.window and want to go fullscreen that you tell jit.window which monitor it should go fullscreen in. Have a look at the help for jit.window, all it's features are explained well.
    • Sep 03 2011 | 6:27 am
      Thanks much! guys for your help. I solved my question. All the best!
    • Sep 11 2011 | 9:37 pm
      hi viscera
      can you maybe tell me what your solution was?! im gonna play around w/vizzie in a couple of days at a friends show but wont be around the projector until right before and not sure what the setup should be from my mbp
      vizzie modules dont seem to have so much "help" files (such as w/other nodes and the alt/clk) so when i click on the vizzie viewer for ex. i dont get much info...
      anyway, any suggestions are appreciated!
      cheers, mrp
    • Sep 20 2011 | 11:36 am
      well just to complete the thought...
      all i did was use a viewer node and then put that fullscreen onto the second monitor(projector) i was really surprised it was so easy! perhaps it will get more complex when i begin using more jitter nodes and such things as jit.window... but w/the vizzie stuff i had no problems ;)
    • Sep 21 2011 | 5:28 am
      jaja, yes, so easy, sorry but i did not see your post, but nice you solved the problem.
      All the best.