public class DefaultImageRaster extends ImageRaster
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Returns the pixel height of the underlying image.
Retrieve the color at the given coordinate.
Returns the pixel width of the underlying image.
Sets the pixel at the given coordinate to the given color.
public DefaultImageRaster(Image image, int slice, int mipMapLevel, boolean convertToLinear)
public void setSlice(int slice)
public int getWidth()
public int getHeight()
public void setPixel(int x, int y, ColorRGBA color)
For all integer based formats (those not ending in "F"), the color is first clamped to 0.0 - 1.0 before converting it to an integer to avoid overflow. For floating point based formats, components larger than 1.0 can be represented, but components lower than 0.0 are still not allowed (as all formats are unsigned).
If the underlying format is grayscale (e.g. one of the luminance formats,
Image.Format#Luminance8) then a color to grayscale
conversion is done first, before writing the result into the image.
If the image does not have some of the components in the color (such as alpha, or any of the color components), then these components will be ignored. The only exception to this is luminance formats for which the color is converted to luminance first (see above).
After writing the color, the image shall be marked as requiring an update. The next time it is used for rendering, all pixel changes will be reflected when the image is rendered.
Any components that are not defined in the image format
will be set to 1.0 in the returned color. For example,
reading from an
Image.Format#Alpha8 format will
return a ColorRGBA with the R, G, and B components set to 1.0, and
the A component set to the alpha in the image.
For grayscale or luminance formats, the luminance value is replicated in the R, G, and B components.
Integer formats are converted to the range 0.0 - 1.0, based
on the maximum possible integer value that can be represented
by the number of bits the component has.
For example, the
Image.Format#RGB5A1 format can
contain the integer values 0 - 31, a conversion to floating point
is done by diving the integer value by 31 (done with floating point
x- The x coordinate, from 0 to width - 1.
y- The y coordinate, from 0 to height - 1.
store- Storage location for the read color, if
null, then a new ColorRGBA is created and returned with the read color.