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(LWJGL) Pixel Unpack Buffer Object is Disabled? (glTextImage2D)

I am trying to create a render target for my game so that I can re-render at a different screen size. But I am receiving the following error: Exception in thread "main" ...
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Rendering Texture Quad to Screen or FBO (OpenGL ES)

I need to render the texture on the iOS device's screen or a render-to-texture frame buffer object. But it does not show any texture. It's all black. (I am loading texture with image myself for ...
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OpenGL transparent framebuffer texture

I'm trying to implement atmospheric glow like this. It was a huge pain to get it done, since I'm new to FBO and OpenGL, but I managed to do something similar to what the OP wanted. I followed his ...
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Writing to a D3DFMT_R32F render target clamps to 1

I'm currently implementing a picking system. I render some objects in a frame buffer, which has a render target, which has the D3DFMT_R32F format. For each mesh, I set an integer constant ...
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glFramebufferTexture2D gives corruption with cube map textures

I am using glFramebufferTexture2D with cube map textures but it gives corruption in texture. draw_cube() function works perfectly when i draw that on default framebuffer. GLenum ...
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How to implement OpenGL triple buffering

I'm trying to implement the triple buffering described here ...
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Multiple Render Targets, Multiple Fragment Shaders

I render a normal and a depth image of a scene. Then I want to reuse these two images to do further texture/image processing in a second fragment shader. I use a framebuffer with 3 textures attached ...
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How are OpenGL ES 1 framebuffers and textures sized?

I am trying to draw to a texture using a framebuffer using OpenGL ES 1.1 on Android, Java. Afterwords I want to overlay this texture full-screen over my game. In theory, this works like a charm, but ...