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#Actualjmakitalo

Posted 27 August 2013 - 12:35 AM

I circumvented the issue by implementing a dds loader, which loads an array of images directly into a contiguous memory block with mipmaps properly chained. Then I just used glCompressedTexImage3D and it worked fine. This is not as elegant a solution IMHO and the original problem remains unsolved. I of course googled a bit, but all I could find concerning issues with glCompressedTexSubImage3D was this thread in Ogre forums, where it is suggested that one should prefer the non-sub version for compatibility.


#1jmakitalo

Posted 27 August 2013 - 12:34 AM

I circumvented the issue by implementing a dds loader, which loads an array of images directly into a contiguous memory block with mipmaps properly chained. Then I just used glCompressedTexImage3D and it worked fine. This is not as elegant a solution IMHO and the original problem remains unsolved. I of course googled a bit, but all I could found concerning issues with glCompressedTexSubImage3D was this thread in Ogre forums, where it is suggested that one should prefer the non-sub version for compatibility.


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