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Question: Non Pow2 Textures

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I have a video card that supports non-pow2 textures according to the "caps". However, when I attempt to load a non-pow2 texture it still rescales it. Is there any way I can turn this functionality off?

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You can try loading your images with D3DX with D3DX_FILER_NONE as the filter flag, so when it resizes the image to be n^2, it will blit the original image with it's original size and the rest will be black (with 0 alpha if it is a specified format).

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Original post by The Frugal Gourmet
I have a video card that supports non-pow2 textures according to the "caps". However, when I attempt to load a non-pow2 texture it still rescales it. Is there any way I can turn this functionality off?

Hi Frugal,
Use the D3DXCreateTextureFromFileEx function and use explicit values for the width and height parameters (not D3DX_DEFAULT).

Or in later versions of the SDK use D3DX_DEFAULT_NONPOW2 for the width and height parameters.

HTH,
Cambo_frog

[Edited by - Cambo_frog on July 22, 2005 1:24:07 PM]

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