Calculates the number of cells in which the current matrix differs from the previously received matrix, and based on this difference either passes the matrix or not.
In mode 0 (default), the matrix is passed if the difference is greater than the specified threshold, otherwise not. In mode 1, the matrix is passed if the difference is less than the specified threshold, otherwise not. This object is particularly useful for reducing the density of dataflow and for motion tracking applications.
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More about Matrix Operators
The Jitter MOP
Mode of operation (default = 0 (more differing cells))
0 = pass new frames having MORE differing cells than the number specified by the thresh value
1 = pass new frames having FEWER differing cells than the number specified by the thresh value
0 = 'More-Than-Threshold'
1 = 'Less-Than-Threshold'
Report whether a matrix was passed (default = 0)
0 = do not report whether a matrix was passed
1 = report whether a matrix was passed
With report set to on (1), jit.change will behave a bit like Max's == object. If jit.change determines that the matrix input has not changed (within the parameters set with the mode and thresh attributes), it will send the message from its rightmost outlet. If the matrix input has changed, jit.change will send the message .
The difference threshold (default = 0)
The threshold specifies the number to cells above or below which a new "changed" frame will be output. This object uses cells not planes; if you have a 4-plane matrix and a threshold value of 3, one matrix cell with a different values from the previously passed frame will NOT trigger a new frame -- If you have a single matrix cell with 4 values (one per plane) which are different from the previously passed frame, it will not trigger a new frame.
With the mode set to 0, a threshold of 0 means that even 1 different matrix cell between 2 frames will cause that frame to be output. Higher values refer explicitly to the matrix cell count required to cause output (5000 means it will take 5000 different matrix cells to cause the matrix to be output). Setting a negative threshold will pass all frames.
Common Box Attributes
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