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ComfyUI Node: Vec4BinaryOperation

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Vec4BinaryOperation Description

Perform binary operations on 4D vectors efficiently for mathematical tasks in various fields like computer graphics and AI art.


The CM_Vec4BinaryOperation node is designed to perform binary operations on two 4-dimensional vectors (Vec4). This node is particularly useful for mathematical and computational tasks where you need to combine or compare two Vec4 vectors using a variety of operations. By leveraging this node, you can efficiently execute complex vector operations, which are essential in fields like computer graphics, physics simulations, and AI-driven art. The node simplifies the process of applying these operations, making it accessible even if you don't have a deep technical background.

Vec4BinaryOperation Input Parameters:


The op parameter specifies the binary operation to be performed on the two input vectors. It accepts a list of predefined operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and more. The choice of operation directly impacts the result of the node's execution. The available options are defined in the VEC_BINARY_OPERATIONS dictionary. There are no minimum or maximum values, but the default value is typically the first operation in the list.


The a parameter represents the first 4-dimensional vector (Vec4) input for the binary operation. This vector is one of the operands in the operation. The values in this vector can range widely depending on the specific application, but they should be in the format of a 4-tuple of floats. The default value is defined by DEFAULT_VEC4.


The b parameter represents the second 4-dimensional vector (Vec4) input for the binary operation. Similar to the a parameter, this vector is the other operand in the operation. The values should also be in the format of a 4-tuple of floats. The default value is defined by DEFAULT_VEC4.

Vec4BinaryOperation Output Parameters:


The output parameter VEC4 is the result of the binary operation performed on the input vectors a and b. This output is a new 4-dimensional vector that represents the combined result of the specified operation. The interpretation of this vector depends on the chosen operation, but it generally provides a meaningful combination of the two input vectors.

Vec4BinaryOperation Usage Tips:

  • Ensure that the input vectors a and b are correctly formatted as 4-tuples of floats to avoid errors during execution.
  • Experiment with different operations specified in the op parameter to understand how each one affects the output vector. This can help you choose the most appropriate operation for your specific task.

Vec4BinaryOperation Common Errors and Solutions:

Invalid operation specified

  • Explanation: The op parameter contains an operation that is not defined in the VEC_BINARY_OPERATIONS dictionary.
  • Solution: Verify that the operation specified in the op parameter is one of the available options listed in the VEC_BINARY_OPERATIONS dictionary.

Input vectors not in correct format

  • Explanation: The input vectors a and b are not formatted as 4-tuples of floats.
  • Solution: Ensure that both a and b are provided as 4-tuples of floats, such as (1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0).

Mismatched vector dimensions

  • Explanation: The input vectors a and b do not have the same dimensions.
  • Solution: Confirm that both a and b are 4-dimensional vectors before passing them to the node.

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