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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Copyright (c) Vispy Development Team. All Rights Reserved.
# Distributed under the (new) BSD License. See LICENSE.txt for more info.
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
from .globject import GLObject
from .texture import Texture2D
from .wrappers import _check_valid, read_pixels
from .context import get_current_canvas
from ..ext.six import string_types
# ------------------------------------------------------ RenderBuffer class ---
class RenderBuffer(GLObject):
""" Base class for render buffer object
A render buffer can be in color, depth or stencil format. If this
format is not specified, it is set when attached to the FrameBuffer.
shape : tuple
The shape of the render buffer.
format : {None, 'color', 'depth', 'stencil'}
The format of the render buffer. See resize.
resizeable : bool
Indicates whether texture can be resized
_GLIR_TYPE = 'RenderBuffer'
def __init__(self, shape=None, format=None, resizeable=True):
self._format = None
self._resizeable = True
self.resize(shape, format)
self._resizeable = bool(resizeable)
def shape(self):
"""RenderBuffer shape """
return self._shape
def format(self):
""" RenderBuffer format """
return self._format
def resize(self, shape, format=None):
""" Set the render-buffer size and format
shape : tuple of integers
New shape in yx order. A render buffer is always 2D. For
symmetry with the texture class, a 3-element tuple can also
be given, in which case the last dimension is ignored.
format : {None, 'color', 'depth', 'stencil'}
The buffer format. If None, the current format is maintained.
If that is also None, the format will be set upon attaching
it to a framebuffer. One can also specify the explicit enum:
if not self._resizeable:
raise RuntimeError("RenderBuffer is not resizeable")
# Check shape
if not (isinstance(shape, tuple) and len(shape) in (2, 3)):
raise ValueError('RenderBuffer shape must be a 2/3 element tuple')
# Check format
if format is None:
format = self._format # Use current format (may be None)
elif isinstance(format, int):
pass # Do not check, maybe user needs desktop GL formats
elif isinstance(format, string_types):
if format not in ('color', 'depth', 'stencil'):
raise ValueError('RenderBuffer format must be "color", "depth"'
' or "stencil", not %r' % format)
raise ValueError('Invalid RenderBuffer format: %r' % format)
# Store and send GLIR command
self._shape = tuple(shape[:2])
self._format = format
if self._format is not None:
self._glir.command('SIZE', self._id, self._shape, self._format)
# ------------------------------------------------------- FrameBuffer class ---
class FrameBuffer(GLObject):
""" Frame buffer object
color : RenderBuffer (optional)
The color buffer to attach to this frame buffer
depth : RenderBuffer (optional)
The depth buffer to attach to this frame buffer
stencil : RenderBuffer (optional)
The stencil buffer to attach to this frame buffer
_GLIR_TYPE = 'FrameBuffer'
def __init__(self, color=None, depth=None, stencil=None):
# Init buffers
self._color_buffer = None
self._depth_buffer = None
self._stencil_buffer = None
if color is not None:
self.color_buffer = color
if depth is not None:
self.depth_buffer = depth
if stencil is not None:
self.stencil_buffer = stencil
def activate(self):
""" Activate/use this frame buffer.
# Send command
self._glir.command('FRAMEBUFFER', self._id, True)
# Associate canvas now
canvas = get_current_canvas()
if canvas is not None:
def deactivate(self):
""" Stop using this frame buffer, the previous framebuffer will be
made active.
self._glir.command('FRAMEBUFFER', self._id, False)
def __enter__(self):
return self
def __exit__(self, t, val, trace):
def _set_buffer(self, buffer, format):
formats = ('color', 'depth', 'stencil')
assert format in formats
# Auto-format or check render buffer
if isinstance(buffer, RenderBuffer):
if buffer.format is None:
buffer.resize(buffer.shape, format)
elif buffer.format in formats and buffer.format != format:
raise ValueError('Cannot attach a %s buffer as %s buffer.' %
(buffer.format, format))
# Attach
if buffer is None:
setattr(self, '_%s_buffer' % format, None)
self._glir.command('ATTACH', self._id, format, 0)
elif isinstance(buffer, (Texture2D, RenderBuffer)):
setattr(self, '_%s_buffer' % format, buffer)
self._glir.command('ATTACH', self._id, format,
raise TypeError("Buffer must be a RenderBuffer, Texture2D or None."
" (got %s)" % type(buffer))
def color_buffer(self):
"""Color buffer attachment"""
return self._color_buffer
def color_buffer(self, buffer):
self._set_buffer(buffer, 'color')
def depth_buffer(self):
"""Depth buffer attachment"""
return self._depth_buffer
def depth_buffer(self, buffer):
self._set_buffer(buffer, 'depth')
def stencil_buffer(self):
"""Stencil buffer attachment"""
return self._stencil_buffer
def stencil_buffer(self, buffer):
self._set_buffer(buffer, 'stencil')
def shape(self):
""" The shape of the Texture/RenderBuffer attached to this FrameBuffer
if self.color_buffer is not None:
return self.color_buffer.shape[:2] # in case its a texture
if self.depth_buffer is not None:
return self.depth_buffer.shape[:2]
if self.stencil_buffer is not None:
return self.stencil_buffer.shape[:2]
raise RuntimeError('FrameBuffer without buffers has undefined shape')
def resize(self, shape):
""" Resize all attached buffers with the given shape
shape : tuple of two integers
New buffer shape (h, w), to be applied to all currently
attached buffers. For buffers that are a texture, the number
of color channels is preserved.
# Check
if not (isinstance(shape, tuple) and len(shape) == 2):
raise ValueError('RenderBuffer shape must be a 2-element tuple')
# Resize our buffers
for buf in (self.color_buffer, self.depth_buffer, self.stencil_buffer):
if buf is None:
shape_ = shape
if isinstance(buf, Texture2D):
shape_ = shape + (buf._inv_formats[buf.format], )
buf.resize(shape_, buf.format)
def read(self, mode='color', alpha=True, crop=None):
""" Return array of pixel values in an attached buffer
mode : str
The buffer type to read. May be 'color', 'depth', or 'stencil'.
alpha : bool
If True, returns RGBA array. Otherwise, returns RGB.
crop : array-like
If not None, specifies pixels to read from buffer.
Format is (x, y, w, h).
buffer : array
3D array of pixels in np.uint8 format.
The array shape is (h, w, 3) or (h, w, 4), with the top-left
corner of the framebuffer at index [0, 0] in the returned array if
crop was not specified. If crop was given, the result will match
the offset and dimensions of the crop.
_check_valid('mode', mode, ['color', 'depth', 'stencil'])
if crop is None:
buffer = getattr(self, mode+'_buffer')
h, w = buffer.shape[:2]
crop = (0, 0, w, h)
# todo: this is ostensibly required, but not available in
return read_pixels(crop, alpha=alpha)