rgb for jit.window
I’ve recently found (through a tutorial) that you can send the "bgcolor $1 $2 $3 $4" message to an lcd to play with the rgb and create colors.
Anyone knows how you can do that with jitter? I want to project it live, say through a ‘jit.window’ object.
Thanks in advance,
Sort of, what you are looking for is jit.lcd.
Harder to use but does what you need. The most important thing to remember is that because it’s a matrix the drawing doesn’t happen on screen. You send it all of the proper drawing commands and then a bang to output the matrix on each frame.
I have to read through the help file to figure out how it works.
Yeah, that help patcher is comprehensive but it’s also a pain. Here’s something to get you started.
-- Pasted Max Patch, click to expand. --Copy all of the following text. Then, in Max, select New From Clipboard.----------begin_max5_patcher---------- 603.3ocyWssaiBCD8YxWgEOmsx1f4x9V+NVUUY.uDWAFJ3njcq5+9ZO.sAsv lPCaTTHF4YLCmyYFeg2133lTcTz5h9N5GHGm2133.lrFb5663VxOlVvagg4V JZa44B2sc9zhiZvdRSdBhxXHLBO3TlAtpRd4awC19YkRq3kBvyiMRdwfG09x p85BgFdQjdqclz+pVzgRWWzSmDpV4uAGD5C3OiiTMDFZuwZtNcmTk+biHU2E oPl4QPTZf8VXjskXZQOYeh22rw1r8JUkZgxhPDEatlPVhtcxRcinUnzbsrRc hJDADmFDaug6a9HVWpVFAONkAAKh8eQKKjJCCxKMj.Qv1KJF9OgtFd+UtQvD PihAQlvtNQ5Eo9g5CRUV0gInevzjjNKI2dJQGwHx7LxCGBLxyuqDxCXjsR5K QIk3fA6+UZWiR5+kVH3MSvV1RS1r4zgDtJ2pEycuCAKph3eneLP9HwTP9Hck G30U8dsTnapLopIzM+UaRBnOq0DkdYwGjkthpurpnqxyKDSvcuExPoRu7IH8 LgPG3v5mesqCTjlg7Qo63Mn.eLxOZpjMYoI6YWrv7JetjqajGGurwpLavi1s tHc5YCvKqamfwGZABn09XIrsZeS5.v6OGB5ys2xDsZoB1R7jwPFMlcxrLA3d fQkxr5JSAQODlIcdoHxr5EhbFDEeSQTzcoFQOChht4Hx6LHJ7lhnv6xrl+5h H6ILYFkm.G4HH3iNWITIWf3ErLn1CtXX8LOLrGv3dTB7oGdDXjPuUPwuupA7 u.DwtoHx6BPj+UfHSm227GvnOD3j -----------end_max5_patcher-----------
That works perfectly!
Do I have to send the ‘pensize’ and ‘linesegment’ messages? Cause all I want is just colors changing, without any figures inside. What I did was to zero the values in these two message boxes and add a $1 $2 $3 to the ‘brgb’ message, to play with it. But just by itself it wouldn’t work.
Anyway, thanks again, you really helped me.
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