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Packing 32bits float into 16bits integers

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Hi, I would like to pack a value from a 32bits floating point target into a 2x16bits integer target in HLSL. But I am not quite sure how to do it :) And of course, I also want to unpack the value from a 2x16bits to 32bits fp.. Anyone knows resources about this? Thanks. damien

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What's the range of the 32-bit floats, and what do the numbers represent? This will help when giving any advice...

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The shader model required would also help. For example, PS4.0 does have bit-math, for which a simple | may be enough to unpack correctly.

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