|using an image to effect system - use breathing to animate jwildfire
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|Author:||sdipaola [ Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:14 am ]|
|Post subject:||using an image to effect system - use breathing to animate jwildfire|
Is there any options where an input images ( its pixels/colors) can effect or create a change to the fame parameters. I use deep learning AI system to make output which I then want to put into jwildfire and get something that is a bit of both - simplest way is there is a feature which look at the pixels of the input images to effect the jwildfire parameters in some way.
-steve email@example.com dipaola.org/art dipaola.org/art/lab
|Author:||thargor6 [ Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:45 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: using an image to effect system - use breathing to animate jwildfire|
Almost any parameter can be a curve.
Currently such curves can be directly created from the frequency-sprectrum of a mp3-song, or manually.
But, programmatically you can create such curves using any algorithm.
Does this help?
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