# jit.streak

## Description

The jit.streak object uses a specified probability to determine the chance that a given matrix cell's value will be extended to subsequent cells (with an optional scaling factor). The result is a streaky good time.

## Examples

## Matrix Operator

matrix inputs:1, matrix outputs:1

Name | IOProc | Planelink | Typelink | Dimlink | Plane | Dim | Type |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

out | n/a | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | char long float32 float64 |

### More about Matrix Operators

### The Jitter MOP

### MOP Arguments

### MOP Attributes

### MOP Messages

## Attributes

### direction [int]

Streaking direction (default = 0 (left))

0 = left

1 = down

2 = right

3 = up

### mode [int]

Scanline wrapping mode (default = 0 (wrap))

0 = streaking wraps from scanline to scanline

1 = streaking begins anew at each scanline

### prob [float]

The probability that any given cell will be extended (streaked) (default = 0.)

### scale [float]

The scaling factor applied to extended (streaked) cells (default = 0.75)

### Common Box Attributes

## See Also

Name | Description |
---|---|

Working with Video in Jitter | Working with Video in Jitter |

jit.noise | |

jit.repos | |

jit.sprinkle | |

Tutorial 18: Iterative Processes and Matrix Re-Sampling | Tutorial 18: Iterative Processes and Matrix Re-Sampling |