jit.gl.videoplane tex_offset_x problem?


    Feb 22 2006 | 3:41 pm
    Hello
    I would no pretend it is a bug report, because I am way to insecure in openGl to do so, but:
    if you open jit.gl.videoplane help file, and you play with the tex_offset_x, tex_scale_x, tex_offset_y, tex_scale_y, and even nudge, you do not see any effect until you play with the dim...
    Is it normal?
    pa
    btw, would there be a better way than this to use just a part of a texture T1 on an object, and an other zone of the same texture T1 on an other object?

    • Feb 22 2006 | 7:59 pm
      On Feb 22, 2006, at 7:41 AM, Pierre Alexandre Tremblay wrote:
      > if you open jit.gl.videoplane help file, and you play with the > tex_offset_x, tex_scale_x, tex_offset_y, tex_scale_y, and even > nudge, you do not see any effect until you play with the dim... > > Is it normal?
      This is a known issue we hope to resolve soon, but yes for the meantime, this is the appropriate workaround.
      > btw, would there be a better way than this to use just a part of a > texture T1 on an object, and an other zone of the same texture T1 > on an other object?
      You could just use low level OpenGL calls with jit.gl.sketch if you prefer.
    • Feb 22 2006 | 8:13 pm
      Thank you for the quick answer.
      >> btw, would there be a better way than this to use just a part of a >> texture T1 on an object, and an other zone of the same texture T1 >> on an other object? > > You could just use low level OpenGL calls with jit.gl.sketch if you > prefer.
      Thank you, I will look into this.
      Am I right to think that it is more efficient to read a movie once, and then to do the reframing by different scope on the same texture, instead of the movie going into jit.scisors, then sent to several jit.gl.texture?
      pa
    • Feb 22 2006 | 8:47 pm
      On Feb 22, 2006, at 12:13 PM, Pierre Alexandre Tremblay wrote:
      > Am I right to think that it is more efficient to read a movie once, > and then to do the reframing by different scope on the same > texture, instead of the movie going into jit.scisors, then sent to > several jit.gl.texture?
      Yes. Though it might not be much worse as long as you're not sending more video data total, if you're using *lots* of small textures, the performance difference might be noticeable.
      -Joshua