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softVNS 2 is a set of external objects for MAX/MSP that allows you to process video in real-time.
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jit.softVNS External jit.softVNS converts a jitter matrix into a softVNS 2 frame.

v.!= External single stream: compare each pixel's brightness to an integer dual stream: compare corresponding pixels in two streams

v.* External single stream: multiply each pixel by an int or float dual stream: multiply stream 1 by stream 2

v.+ External single stream: add an int to each pixel (Brightness) dual stream: add two video streams together

v.+= External v.+= accumulates input pixel values.

v.- External single stream: subtract an int from each pixel (Darkness) dual stream: subtract stream 2 from stream 1

v./ External v./ divides each pixel by a value.

v.< External single stream: compare each pixel's brightness to an integer dual stream: compare corresponding pixels' brightness in two streams

v.<= External single stream: compare each pixel's brightness to an integer dual stream: compare corresponding pixels' brightness in two streams

v.= External single stream: compare each pixel's brightness to an integer dual stream: compare corresponding pixels in two streams

v.> External single stream: compare each pixel's brightness to an integer dual stream: compare corresponding pixels' brightness in two streams

v.>= External single stream: compare each pixel's brightness to an integer dual stream: compare corresponding pixels' brightness in two streams

v.abs External v.abs is intended to operate on signed images (where negative pixel values are allowed).

v.adapt External single stream: sample (pass), adapt to or hold (freeze) the incoming stream. dual stream: sample (pass) adapt to or hold (freeze) individual pixels based on the values of the pixels in a second stream.

v.age External The output from v.age is an image that indicates the number of frames since each pixel was active (non-zero).

v.alpha External v.alpha extracts the alpha channel from the incoming stream and outputs it as a grays int8 stream.

v.applyalpha External v.applyalpha permanently applies the alpha channel to the stream.

v.atan2 External v.atan2 calculates the angle (in radians) of the vector represented by paired pixels from the two input streams (output as grays float32)

v.attachalpha External v.attachalpha adds an alpha channel to the incoming video stream.

v.average External v.average outputs the average of each set of corresponding pixels from the two input streams

v.averagedown External Each output pixel is the average of the 16 input pixels at or below the output pixel position. v.averagedown is used mostly in head-tracking.

v.averagelevel External v.averagelevel reports the average value of each component in the image.

v.blur External v.blur applies a blur to the stream. At blur depth 0, there is no change in the input stream.

v.bounds External v.bounds calculates the bounding rectangle of the non-black areas of the image.

v.buddy External v.buddy synchronizes a number of video streams so that the last received frames are output in right to left outlet order each time all inlets have received at least one frame since the last output.

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