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Texture coordinates in pixel shader

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I have been reading the book of Shader X . There is an example in image processing, where they did a Cross Gradient Filter and another where they did sobel filter (pag 263 and 264). ps.1.4 def c0, 0.3f 0.59f, 0.11f, 1.0f texld r0 t0 texld r1 t1 //down right texld r2 t2 //down left ...... Can someone told me, how they get to put the good coordenates in t1 and t2 ??? Which is the format of t2 registers, quad-floats?? Is it possible only to get the values of the coordonates ? I think, pixel shader is iterated...every time for each pixel given by the rasterizer, but i-m not sure. Can someone told me if I am wrong?? I-m trying to have a object 2D and rotate it. Since I rotated, the coordonates will be fractions. So I would like to do an interpolation of the 4 texture values around my new coordonates. Any help will be really useful. Thanks, Jesus

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