Cut strips from qt ->make new qt?
I am a new max/jitter user. I’m trying to make a patch that cuts a strip off
the edge of a video and then somehow pastes that into a new blank movie.
So far I’ve got an object to make a strip (i think)
jit.submatrix @dim 10 240 @offset 0 0
but when I send it to jit.qt.record it just blows it up to 320X240, not
placing it on the edge as if I cropped it.
The future patch should take the "edge videos" from a folder of qts and place them in the new movie like vertical blinds from left to right.
Can anyone point me to the right object to do this?
You should be able to specify a res to record in, so [jit.qt.record 10 240]
But may want to have a separate qt.mov and submatrix object for each strip and then glue them together with jit.glue. You can then fiddle with the resulting matrix real time or record it.
Here you are, feeling generous this morning!
-- Pasted Max Patch, click to expand. --Copy all of the following text. Then, in Max, select New From Clipboard.----------begin_max5_patcher---------- 682.3oc2WErjhBCD8L9UjhytVj.Ag8j62wVSMEHY0LEj3PBqtyTy+9RRPE2U znn3TyAnqDnCu90uzM48QNto7MDgK36feBbbdejiidJ0DNMicbKR1LOOQneM 2WnxIqVSYY70tiMOmWIyIR4eVQLKjq635KvSMOllocjm9x2fwa8YUhb9RJaw ykj4RiaP+3IdiAn.OkAFEpM9QS71sTrpBJq9aogBb+jFDnmEol7iQiT2FaYL wHqqQ2VnIIaj6B0E4UDvrR9ZA.BlMmmWUvD.TmgdsOOWjHKoa5lDh158u3LI KoP6q6OJoI4VPOdZCLLzLpK1A05aHnuo+FPTsO2JR6xEBqJIBBSlHobVq.Kn IgGGoLdM2NJyM8D7SfmuYYvJSngkh7dnpGQUpQL.lkQKpSZdJ4cuDO9Wk3Ag mp4CL1XNi3AduEOEDgHYA4+HsRRRFHiJVRDSJ3+tag04DUMAroHxI0TA8gPi 0Zt3Fw1MYuH71JAeUpHRJ4hEcmlXgvfyxr3dIUQP893nGrRse86PmLPaUuBG YjPnuZ0q7tJQ.F8opbUGTlDjBR6jcRSXKT7h1dLtI959OfolFb569AOXlQxW rHu6hKTl7ngdz4CP3tc91Df2sZnuVPjkb.16z44iEjg8I+Ff1mkuQ+kG7l2n l+Fozx9zs3EbOJIzzv0+KXC2VLDpOEMuyMN0KmaNk8umaTiH07GxaBdU47sw 91y+.1ipLhPRY5eyn8KEevKsjlkQzOeK.KnYq30kWZ.A3oilEsFS91fIEvgC Gl7rESCHOgsAS9eBycSGTLgrARdCKMYkbBMnXJ9fMTc.I7kAIX8owvpCnDoL nvvci5KAFXCAhGbB7bP5BSovn.CioOTaHb2fdB0PKf5vVz2l9PgCJhv29z4A HpdvGi9KCzzDhC -----------end_max5_patcher-----------
When I read the docs I was under impression that you had to work with equal sized quadrants with glue, but you can add as many columns as you want!
So I just need to come up with some counter to send the video to the different column inlets!
Thanks, this has really got me started…!
you can use a [gate] too, maybe [gate 16] for 16 columns. Though it’s not as flexible as a [counter] which you can readily change the max count.
A [matrixctrl] with "one cell per row" checked could be used too, if you want an easy UI for your routing. Or just a row of toggles, each going to a single [gate].
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