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v.composite

v.composite takes four arguments: the number of input streams to combine, the format (grays/yuv/rgb), and the width and height of output streams.


v.composite takes four arguments: the number of input streams to combine, the format (grays/yuv/rgb), and the width and height of output streams. The v.composite object will have žnumber of input streamsÓ inlets, one for each input stream. If the format and size arguments are supplied, the v.composite will act as a fixed size context for compositing ( so that for example, multiple 320 x 240 images can be composited into a 640 x 480 image) If they are not supplied, then the output size of the v.composite will match that of the stream coming in the first inlet. The v.composite object uses any alpha channels in incoming streams to determine the transparency of that stream. Streams are composited in right to left order (i.e. with the leftmost stream sitting on top of all the others).
from the library :
softVNS
Format : External
Environment : jitter / max
commercial
Max 4.x


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