Access Rendering Data.
The rendered image and depth map can be changed following the software render by instanciating a MRenderCallback and overriding renderCallback() or postProcessCallback(). When these methods are invoked, a MRenderData is passed as an argument; the rgbaArr and depthArr can then be changed by this API. Methods and data are provided to assist in transforming back and forth from world space to image space. Paint Effects and Fur are two examples which use this mechanism to change the rendered image.
|Default class Constructor. |
|void||worldToScreen (const MFloatPoint &worldPoint, MFloatPoint &screenPoint) const|
|Converts world space point to screen space. More...|
|void||screenToWorld (const MFloatPoint &screenPoint, MFloatPoint &worldPoint) const|
|Converts screen space point to world space. More...|
|set if the camera has a perspective projection |
|the x resolution of the rendered image |
|the y resolution of the rendered image |
|the left (low) render region dimension |
|the bottom (low) render region dimension |
|the right (high) render region dimension |
|the top (high) render region dimension |
|number of bytes per channel of the rgbaArr |
|the actual x resolution of rgbaArr and depthArr |
|the actual y resolution of rgbaArr and depthArr |
|camera horizontal field of view in radians |
|camera pixel aspect ratio |
|view direction of the camera (object space) |
|position of the camera (object space) |
|camera matrix to transform to eye space |
|unsigned char *||rgbaArr|
|this is a 1d array representing the output image buffer. More...|
|this is a 1d array representing the output depth buffer. More...|
Converts world space point to screen space.
Screen depth is stored in outPoint.z.
|[in]||inPoint||The original point in world space|
|[out]||outPoint||The converted point in screen space|
Converts screen space point to world space.
Screen depth is stored in inPoint.z.
|[in]||inPoint||The original point in screen space|
|[out]||outPoint||The converted point in world space|
|unsigned char* rgbaArr|
this is a 1d array representing the output image buffer.
It is of size: resX * resY * 4 * bytesPerChannel. The array is indexed as [(resX * x + y) * 4 * bytesPerChannel], where (x,y) is the current pixel coordinates. The "4" multiplier is used for storing RGBA information, in the order of a,b,g,r (on OSX) or b,g,r,a (on Windows and Linux).
this is a 1d array representing the output depth buffer.
It is of size: resX * resY, where each depth value is a single precision floating point vlue. It is indexed as [resX * x + y], where (x,y) is the current pixel coordinates.