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magnum.gl.Framebuffer class

Framebuffer

Classes

class BufferAttachment
Buffer attachment
class ColorAttachment
Color attachment
class DrawAttachment
Draw attachment

Static methods

def blit(source: AbstractFramebuffer, destination: AbstractFramebuffer, source_rectangle: Range2Di, destination_rectangle: Range2Di, mask: FramebufferBlit, filter: FramebufferBlitFilter) -> None
Copy a block of pixels
def blit(source: AbstractFramebuffer, destination: AbstractFramebuffer, rectangle: Range2Di, mask: FramebufferBlit) -> None
Copy a block of pixels

Methods

def attach_renderbuffer(self, arg0: BufferAttachment, arg1: Renderbuffer, /) -> None
Attach renderbuffer to given buffer
def bind(self, /) -> None
Bind framebuffer for drawing
def clear(self, arg0: FramebufferClear, /) -> None
Clear specified buffers in the framebuffer
def map_for_draw(self, arg0: DrawAttachment, /) -> None
Map shader output to an attachment
def map_for_read(self, arg0: ColorAttachment, /) -> None
Map given color attachment for reading
def read(self, rectangle: Range2Di, image: MutableImageView2D) -> None
Read a block of pixels from the framebuffer to an image view
def read(self, rectangle: Range2Di, image: Image2D) -> None
Read a block of pixels from the framebuffer to an image

Special methods

def __init__(self, arg0: Range2Di, /) -> None
Constructor

Properties

attachments: typing.List[object] get
Renderbuffer and texture objects referenced by the framebuffer
id: int get
OpenGL framebuffer ID
viewport: Range2Di get set
Viewport