What does "interpbits" mean for jit.repos ?


    Nov 01 2007 | 4:57 am
    I am studying the reference of jit.repos.
    I checked the reference, and it says: interpbits: The number of bits considered as fraction for spatial mapping values (default = 0).
    But I still cannot understand what it means. Ccould anyone explain for me a little bit more ?
    Thank you so much.

    • Nov 01 2007 | 9:45 am
      It could be looked as a way to simulate floating point repos maps, very handy thing if you want to make 'antialiased' repos:
      On Nov 1, 2007, at 5:57 AM, Cheng Chien-Wen wrote:
      > > I am studying the reference of jit.repos. > > I checked the reference, and it says: > interpbits: The number of bits considered as fraction for spatial > mapping values (default = 0). > > > But I still cannot understand what it means. Ccould anyone explain > for me a little bit more ? > > Thank you so much. > > > >
    • Nov 01 2007 | 3:07 pm
      I found that the display of the right pwindow in the example patch becomess more smooth if the value of interpbits increases.
      But I don't understand what you want to show me with "mode 1" and "interpbits 2" examples put together.
      Thank you so much.
    • Nov 02 2007 | 12:01 am
      > > I found that the display of the right pwindow in the example patch > becomess more smooth if the value of interpbits increases.
      That's the whole point.
      > But I don't understand what you want to show me with "mode 1" and > "interpbits 2" examples put together.
      ah, nothing. just the 'interpbits' part is relevant here.
      > > Thank you so much.
      you're welcome!