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jit.scissors Reference

Cut up a matrix into evenly spaced sub matrices

jit.scissors

Description

jit.scissors takes a single matrix and cuts it into uniform rectangular regions, outputting each one out a separate outlet as a new matrix.

Examples

Matrix Operator

matrix inputs:1, matrix outputs:-1
Name IOProc Planelink Typelink Dimlink Plane Dim Type

More about Matrix Operators

The Jitter MOP

MOP Arguments

MOP Attributes

MOP Messages

Attributes

columns [int]

The number of columns to split the input matrix into (default = 1)
If you specify the columns attribute in the object box, The number of outlets will be equal to the number of rows multiplied by the number of columns. If you change the rows * columns attributes later, the size of the split regions will change, but the number of outlets will not change.

rows [int]

The number of rows to split the input matrix into (default = 1)
If you specify the columns attribute in the object box, The number of outlets will be equal to the number of rows multiplied by the number of columns. If you change the rows * columns attributes later, the size of the split regions will change, but the number of outlets will not change.

Common Box Attributes

Messages

anything

The anything message forwards any MOP Attribute messages to the underlying outputs -- e.g. out1_dim, out1_name, out1_planecount, out1_type.

See Also

Name Description
Working with Video in Jitter Working with Video in Jitter
jit.concat
jit.demultiplex
jit.glue
jit.matrix
jit.multiplex
jit.split
Tutorial 13: Scissors and Glue Tutorial 13: Scissors and Glue