Thanks for the very quick replyandydansby wrote:Hi Jel:
I have to do some revamping in my guides, however that little nugget on addressing adjacent pixels is found in the intermediate image processing guide. I'll probably get around to it in the late fall / winter time. Summertime is for house repair and yard work.
https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=A ... ile%2c.pdf.
If you want nested loops that look in the 1d directions, look at the Gaussian Blur vertical and horizontal. If you want nested loops that look in the 2d direction, look at the Gaussian Blur 2d. The difference is in the separability of the filter. If you have a 2d nested loop, it is always slower than the 1d nested loop.
I wasn't aware of this pdf, only the sdk one. Thanks for posting this
I've spent some time now trying to make this work in the script-node, but I keep getting errors that I can't figure out how to solve.
It's a recurring issue, for me, when trying to use code from 'real' cpp plugin-code inside the script-node... it needs to be typed/syntaxed differently in the script-node for some reason :/ (and without really understanding the logic behind cpp it's a bit like trying to play chess without understanding the rules; an exercise in futility )
'Simple' code I've managed to get working, but this is some steps above my level.
Anyway, thank you very much for your reply