0
votes
0answers
27 views

Rectification of an image by using texture projection

I need to rectify an image with texture projection on GPU (GLSL/shaders), do you have any resources/tutorials/insights to share? I have the 3D pose of the camera that created the image and the image ...
7
votes
2answers
368 views

How many rendering passes is “normal”?

I've been implementing John Chapman's method for SSAO (an excellent tutorial by the way), and I've completed it all minus the final part: blurring it. I believe this is what the entire process should ...
3
votes
1answer
150 views

Scaling and rotating texture onto another texture by raw buffer data

I've been messing with C++ AMP and OGRE in attempt to make writing to/altering textures to my liking easier on my behalf. In this I've been trying to draw a texture onto my "dynamic" texture with ...
3
votes
3answers
740 views

How can I view an R32G32B32 texture?

I have a texture with R32G32B32 floats. I create this texture in-program on D3D11, using DXGI_FORMAT_R32G32B32_FLOAT. Now I need to see the texture data for debug purposes, but it will not save to ...
2
votes
1answer
235 views

Graphic hardware texture formats shaders relational speed

I'm interested to know, is there a direct correlation to the speed that a shader will run based on the bit depth of a texture upon which it is running. For example: If I have a 2 bit stencil texture ...
2
votes
2answers
825 views

Can a texture's UV coordinates be animated (scrolled) when part of a SpriteSheet?

Alright so my question is about texture manipulation in Flash Stage3D / Context3D using AGAL for the shader language. But I'm pretty sure this could be applicable in other situations involving GPU ...
6
votes
4answers
5k views

How much memory does a texture take up on the GPU?

A large png on disk may only take up a couple megabytes but I imagine that on the gpu the same png is stored in an uncompressed format which takes up much more space. Is this true? If it is true, how ...
3
votes
2answers
787 views

Dump texture from memory to the original format?

How can you dump GPU memory (images and such that are loaded on it) to the standard format ?