Re: Creating mipmapped textures with OpenImageIO


John Coldrick <john.c...@...>
 

Got it!  Cool, thanks Larry...

J.C.


On Friday, January 22, 2016 at 3:29:07 PM UTC-5, Larry Gritz wrote:
There is an oiio-dev group: http://lists.openimageio.org/listinfo.cgi/oiio-dev-openimageio.org

The oiiotool command line you use is writing a tiled file, but there's more to a MIP-map. When you use maketx, it's creating a multi-resolution (MIP-map levels) as well as embedding some other assorted things in the metadata that help at render time.

Somewhere on my list is to add a feature to oiiotool that would cause it to do exactly the same thing that maketx does. But at present, you're expected to use maketx for that final MIPmap creation step.



On Jan 22, 2016, at 11:49 AM, John Coldrick <john...@...> wrote:

Profuse apologies if this is an inappropriate place to ask about OIIO, but I couldn't find a group for it specifically...

We've been starting to use oiiotool to prep texture maps for 3D, and recently I've been getting incorrect behaviour wrt mipmapping.  We were running this on Windows and I thought perhaps it might have been an obscure bug that slipped between the cracks since most folks are probably using it on Linux, but I recently compiled oiio on centos and got the same results.

If I have an exr file, already linearized, that I wish to mipmap I run:

$ oiiotool ./mymap.exr -tile 64 64 -d half -o ./mymipmap.exr

and when I run iinfo on this I get 

mymipmap.exr : 2048 x 2048, 4 channel, half openexr


if I run:

$ maketx ./mymap.exr -tile 64 64 -d half -o ./mymipmap.exr

iinfo provides:

mymipmap.exr : 2048 x 2048, 4 channel, half openexr (+mipmap)


I've verified by testing with render packages that indeed oiiotool is not creating a mipmap and maketx is.


I've tested this with OpenImageIO 1.5.16, 1.5.22 and 1.7.1dev - same results.

Am I doing something fundamentally wrong?  Many thanks for your thoughts...

J.C.

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