Viewport module. Allows the creation and handling of viewports. Viewports are structures associated to cameras and used for rendering.
[ViewportTemplate] BackgroundColor = <vector> BackgroundAlpha = <float> Camera = CameraTemplate; RelativePosition = left | right | top | bottom Position = <vector> RelativeSize = <vector> Size = <vector> ShaderList = ShaderTemplate1#ShaderTemplate2 TextureList = path/to/TextureFile # ... #path/to/TextureFileN
Here's a list of the available properties for an
BackgroundColor: Defines which color will be used for clearing the viewport before rendering it. If not set, the viewport won't erase any part of other viewports previously rendered this frame if there are overlaps.
BackgroundAlpha: If BackgroundColor is set, this value will be used as alpha; Defaults to 1.0;
Camera: Template name of the camera that will be linked to this viewport. Each camera template will correspond to a unique camera at runtime. This means that if you use more than one viewport linked to the same camera, they will render the same content as seen by this camera.
RelativePosition: Defines where the viewport will be placed in the main display. It should be a combination of two attributes. Ex.: top left to have your viewport in the top left corner. Its default value is
Position: Defines an absolute position for the viewport in the main display, in pixel coordinates. This value is only used if none is provided for
RelativeSize: Defines the viewport size relatively to the main display's one, ie. (1, 1, 0) means that it will cover the full display. Its default value is (1, 1, 0) 1).
Size: Defines the absolute viewport size, in pixels. This value is only used if none is provided for
TextureList: Defines a destination texture or list of textures where the viewport will be rendered. Its default value is the main display (ie.
ShaderList: Defines a list of shaders that will be executed every time this viewport is rendered. Up to 4 shaders can be specified. By default, no shader is used.
The settings on this page reflect the stable / downloadable version of Orx. For up to the minute config information for the Development version of Orx, check the latest published on bitbucket at:
Additionally these files can be found under your orx source tree in the bin folder.