Fwd: wrap and scalebias zipped


    Apr 10 2007 | 3:23 pm
    > De : Hubert PICHOT > Date : 10 avril 2007 03:19:09 HAEC > Objet : wrap and scalebias > > hello list, > I'm using jit.gl.texture to get use of wrap clampborder mode but > i'm still not able to keep cc.scalebias.jxs working at the same > time... > i tried differrent conections but no way so far! > If anybody could drive me to get them both working. > > MBP 2.16GHz ATI 1600XT > OS X.4.9 MMJ 4.6/1.6.3b2 > here's a sample of the patch

    • Apr 10 2007 | 4:08 pm
      Your patch works for me. I had to set clampedge manually after I started the patch though.
      wes
    • Apr 10 2007 | 4:08 pm
      Sorry that was clampborder. wes
      On 4/10/07, Wesley Smith wrote: > Your patch works for me. I had to set clampedge manually after I > started the patch though. > > wes >
    • Apr 10 2007 | 6:16 pm
    • Apr 11 2007 | 7:24 am
      Hello,
      I make a GL patch for a guy who work on PC windows, and I work on OSX... No problem... But he's just installed a new card (ATI 1950) and now the patch don't want to work... He's installed the last driver from ATI, and this patch working before with a smallest card, but it was not enough powerfull..
      I have read a lot of post in the forum with GL error, but I didn't found any answer, and I don't have possibility to access to the computer...
      His configuration is Windows XP, graphic card : ATI 1950...
      If you have a clue
      Tx
      renaud
    • Apr 11 2007 | 7:38 am
      What exactly is the error?? What version of Max and Jitter?? I have used Jitter on a machine with dual x1950s on OSX so it does work. More details please.
      thanks, wes
      On 4/11/07, Renaud RUBIANO wrote: > > Hello, > > I make a GL patch for a guy who work on PC windows, and I work on > OSX... No problem... But he's just installed a new card (ATI 1950) > and now the patch don't want to work... > He's installed the last driver from ATI, and this patch working > before with a smallest card, but it was not enough powerfull.. > > I have read a lot of post in the forum with GL error, but I didn't > found any answer, and I don't have possibility to access to the > computer... > > His configuration is Windows XP, graphic card : ATI 1950... > > If you have a clue > > Tx > > renaud >
    • Apr 11 2007 | 7:39 am
      Sorry that should read x1950 on Windows XP. It's late here :]
      On 4/11/07, Wesley Smith wrote: > What exactly is the error?? What version of Max and Jitter?? I have > used Jitter on a machine with dual x1950s on OSX so it does work. > More details please. > > thanks, > wes > > On 4/11/07, Renaud RUBIANO wrote: > > > > Hello, > > > > I make a GL patch for a guy who work on PC windows, and I work on > > OSX... No problem... But he's just installed a new card (ATI 1950) > > and now the patch don't want to work... > > He's installed the last driver from ATI, and this patch working > > before with a smallest card, but it was not enough powerfull.. > > > > I have read a lot of post in the forum with GL error, but I didn't > > found any answer, and I don't have possibility to access to the > > computer... > > > > His configuration is Windows XP, graphic card : ATI 1950... > > > > If you have a clue > > > > Tx > > > > renaud > > >
    • Apr 11 2007 | 8:12 am
      Ouups... forgot that... Max 4.6.2 (RUNTIME) and Jitter 1.5.2...
      errors :
      jit.gl.invalid extension called jit.gl.readback unable to create framebuffer: buffer not supported jit.gl.textureerror creating readback mechanism for capture jit.gl.texturesetting texture wrapmode. GL error. invalid enumeration
      That is really strange is that patch worked before with same jitter but another card...
      I work with Jitter 1.63b2 but on OSX and I don't have this one for XP... maybe you have the link to the version for Windows? Maybe it will be better...
      Tx
      renaud
    • Apr 11 2007 | 8:19 am
      try changing the glreadback mode- fbo rtt ctt try "refreshing" the depthbuffer (sending 0 1) make sure you use the latest beta. and downgrade from there
      this is stuff i do when opengl acts up.
      On 4/11/07, Renaud RUBIANO wrote: > > Ouups... forgot that... > Max 4.6.2 (RUNTIME) and Jitter 1.5.2... > > errors : > > jit.gl.invalid extension called > jit.gl.readback unable to create framebuffer: buffer not supported > jit.gl.textureerror creating readback mechanism for capture > jit.gl.texturesetting texture wrapmode. GL error. invalid enumeration > > That is really strange is that patch worked before with same jitter > but another card... > > I work with Jitter 1.63b2 but on OSX and I don't have this one for > XP... maybe you have the link to the version for Windows? Maybe it > will be better... > > Tx > > renaud > >
    • Apr 11 2007 | 8:33 am
      Hi Yair,
      Thank you for tips... I try it now...
      I'm using jitter 1.63b2on OSX, but I don't know where to find this one for XP... Can you send me the link
      safe
      renaud
    • Apr 11 2007 | 8:52 am
      On 4/11/07, Renaud RUBIANO wrote: > > Hi Yair, > > Thank you for tips... > I try it now... > > I'm using jitter 1.63b2on OSX, but I don't know where to find this > one for XP... > Can you send me the link > > safe > > renaud > >
    • Apr 11 2007 | 9:36 am
      sorry Hubert... don't blame me...
      Bz
      renaud