[PD] switching signals
derek at x-i.net
Fri Jun 10 14:50:38 CEST 2005
[ | | ] (toggle object)
[select 0]/[select 1]/[select 2]
| | | | | |
[1< [0< [1< [0< [1< [0< (messages)
The right outlet of each [select] is connected to inlet of next [select]
Each [select] is connected to the message "1" and "0". It sends "1" when
the toggle gives an output which matches the [select] creation argument,
and a "0" otherwise and passes the input on to the next [select]. Send
the "1" message to the objects you want to turn on, and a "0" message to
the objects you want to turn off.
I leave it to you to work out how to do this with video. The 1/0 message
coulg control the gain of the image in GEM, or it could turn on/off the
metro driving a [pdp_reg] object in PDP. I use this kind of switch to
control audio inputs all the time, or even to [switch~] abstractions or
> Hi list.
> I'm triying to make a patch to process video, and I need to switch
> between three or more signals and the requisite is when you enable one
> the others disables.
> A boolean table describes it:
> signal 1 signal 2 signal 3
> 1 0 0
> 0 1 0
> 0 0 1
> Any solution to implement this function??
> I'm triying with "route" and "select", but don't works. the selection is
> not exclusive.
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