Probably a dumb question, but I only found out about VVVV last night so I’m at the height of my ignorance…
The tutorials show how to make rows, columns and pages in an IOBox but they don’t really explain any of the implications. It would appear, so far as I can see, that these are only used to organize the data in the visual representation of the IOBox but that the data leaving the IOBox is just a single array of numbers with a single index. Is that correct or is the row/column/page information somehow passed along in the spread itself so that consumers of the spread can somehow reference the data based on that information?
Thanks for any help for this poor, lost newbie.