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how to get texture color information?

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i have succeeded set the render target to texture and set back to orignal frame buffer. then i want to use the texture color information to do something. but i failed to lockrect the texture?(...i don't know what's wrong...) bellow is snippet code: //================================================================== //get original render target (A) //create texture as rendertarget (B) //set (B) as render target //render //set back render target as (A) //save texture to file, and the file is ok //now i want lock the texture to get the color info, but failed hresult = pD3DTexture->LockRect(0, &workRect, NULL, 0); if(FAILED(hresult)) { if(D3DERR_INVALIDCALL == hresult) { //always get here in debug mode } } pD3DTexture->UnlockRect(0); //======================================================================= i also try the texture surface and lock it, but also failed anyone knows which problem there, why always get a invalidcall result? thanks for any help. Sincerely, Alaska.

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Textures placed in the D3DPOOL_DEFAULT pool cannot be locked unless they are dynamic textures or they are private......

so i create another texture with D3DPOOL_SYSTEMMEM (T), and use the GetRenderTargetData to copy the texture surface data. then lock (T) and access it.

Is there others way to get the pixle information of frame buffer?
thanks for any help.



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