Upsampling & downsampling video using Jitter

Techniques called upsampling and downsampling can be used to get a “mosaic-like effect.” This effect is achieved by reducing the resolution – via changing the frames-per-second and pixel size – as shown in the example. The dimensions of the movie are defined by the object which is then altered by the jit.matrix object depending on the pixel size defined by the user in the number object labeled “pixel size.” The frames-per-second are determined by the metro object of which the time interval is set using the number object labeld “fps.”

More information on this subject and can be found in Jitter Tutorial 14: Matrix Positioning on the Cycling 74 website.