I have just jumped back into Jitter after a few years away! I have tried to search the forums for answers, but I don’t think I’m asking the right questions.
Basically Im using a small 4 jit matrix 16 x 16, as the input for a jit.gl.texture
When the texture is rendered on a plane, the divisions of the 16×16 matrix become soft, a sort of interpolation between each matrix cell.
I’m pretty sure this has something to do with the auto scaling of the texture object?
I’m fairly sure the jit.gl.gridshape doesn’t have a specific pixel by pixel size – so how am I to determine the size of a mesh to create if i want to map a 16 x 16 matrix to it in a ratio of 1:1.
I realise I can render this without resorting to GL, but in order to send this image to SYPHON for use in VDMX, I need to render my graphic as a texture.
Thanks so much for any help
After a few hours I managed to sort it all out!
it came down to the size of the texture, and the interpolation method – both on the jit.render object.
which messages? You can’t set texture size on the jit.gl.render, as far as I know? Would you mind posting what you ended up with as CopyCompressed, so I may take a look?
you can set a gl.textures dimensions by setting the @dim attribute and setting @adapt 0 (by default this is 1, causing the texture to automatically set it’s dimensions to that of the render context window).
you can turn off interpolation by setting the gl.texture attribute @filter to "none"
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