Difference between revisions of "Rectangle Texture"

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''Rectangle Textures'' are a special kind of unmipmapped texture that has no power-of-two size restrictions.
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A '''Rectangle Texture''' is a [[Texture]] that contains a single 2D image with no mipmaps. It has no power-of-two restrictions on its size. Texture coordinates for accessing this texture must be integer values, representing texels within the texture, rather than normalized texture coordinates.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:40, 16 March 2010

A Rectangle Texture is a Texture that contains a single 2D image with no mipmaps. It has no power-of-two restrictions on its size. Texture coordinates for accessing this texture must be integer values, representing texels within the texture, rather than normalized texture coordinates.