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OpenGL A simple question about the format of texture

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I never used it...I presume you use a float texture in the same manner you use a byte texture (see TexImage).
For example if format is RGB you have every pixel described by three floats instead of three unsigned char.

r0|g0|b0|r1|g1|b1|... where ri,gi,bi are in [0,1] instead of [0,255]

And I'm sure that every OpenGL driver cast the float to an unsigned char for internal usage...and I dont know a format that supports floats so you must write your own.

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if you've got the floating point texture support extension they you can load floating point textures directly into OpenGL, however aside from the NV6800 cards they currently cant be filtered very well

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Sorry, what I mean is that I can load a float type texture by setting GL_FLOAT using OpenGL, whose scope is inside 0 and 1. But how can I do the same thing using DirectX?
Thank you!

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