Quick Jitter ideas for interactive performance?


    Nov 24 2006 | 11:51 pm

    • Nov 25 2006 | 1:14 am
    • Nov 25 2006 | 1:28 pm
      I've just been looking through the cv.jit library...there's some pretty cool stuff in there.
      I only started looking at it last night, so i can't give you any specific objects, but if you use the "extras" object to choose each of the help files from a list (selected from the extras menu), you'll find loads of interesting ideas for visual effects.
      Hope that helps, John
      Ps: Presumably you've already looked through the Jitter tutorials for things like crossfading, you could pretty easily setup a MIDI controller, (or other patch interactions), to do simple crossfades which should help you with it too.
    • Nov 25 2006 | 5:22 pm
    • Nov 25 2006 | 7:12 pm
      Quote: neurodancer wrote on Sat, 25 November 2006 06:28 ---------------------------------------------------- > I've just been looking through the cv.jit library...there's some pretty cool stuff in there. > > I only started looking at it last night, so i can't give you any specific objects, but if you use the "extras" object to choose each of the help files from a list (selected from the extras menu), you'll find loads of interesting ideas for visual effects. > > Hope that helps, > John
      Thanks John, I had thought cv.jit was only for motion tracking, but that kind of processing can be applied to any input, I guess. I was holding off on going that route, but I'll take the plunge tonight, then!
      Andreas.
    • Nov 27 2006 | 9:53 am
      check out andrew's jitter recipies: https://cycling74.com/user/AndrewBenson/stories
      i found these are more inspiring than the tutorials...
      j