jit.roy is a halftone screen emulator. It takes an input matrix and splits it into a grid. Each element in the grid is then replaced by regions of a second matrix based on the mean value of each slot in the grid.
The second matrix (which defines the halftone screen) is a series of submatrices set next to one another along a horizontal axis. These matrices replace regions of the first matrix in ascending order.
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|out||n/a||1||1||1||1||1||char long float32 float64|
More about Matrix Operators
The Jitter MOP
The number of shades present in the halftone matrix (i.e. the number of regions to split the matrix into as individual halftone images) (default = 11)
The width of each halftone screen (default = 8)
The height of each halftone screen (default = 8)
Common Box Attributes
|Working with Video in Jitter||Working with Video in Jitter|