Most Jitter objects have internal states, known as attributes, and you can get and set their values. The list of messages on the right hand side of the example are a few of the attributes of a jit.qt.movie object. When you click on one of the attribute-getting messages, its value is reported from the right outlet of jit.qt.movie.
This example demonstrates how to make a slider object spring back to a specified value.
This patch demonstrates a simple video file player with simple controls.
This patch demonstrates a simple way to play a video file.
This example demonstrates a very simple setup for playing a MIDI file.
Thie example demonstrates a simple setup for playing a sound file using sfplay~.
This patch contains examples of useful messages for playing MIDI files with the seq object.
This patch demonstrates how to use gain~ to smoothly scale a signal.
This exmaple demonstrates a simple way to ramp amplitude with number~.
The example demonstrates a simple way to play an audio file.