[cairo] nearest neighborhood or bilinear interpolation
Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues Diógenes
cerdiogenes at yahoo.com.br
Mon Oct 30 12:19:47 PST 2006
I don't understand what you said in #2, can you give examples?
Em Seg, 2006-10-30 às 12:14 -0800, Bill Spitzak escreveu:
> Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues Diógenes wrote:
> > Just to kill your curiosity I'm the co-maintainer of gnome-mag and I
> > trying to discover if cairo can help us in the magnification process,
> > since cairo supports lot's of back-ends, including Xrender and OpenGL,
> > and is very easy to change from one to another, so an initial scale can
> > be done in hardware and more intensive smoothing algorithms can be
> > applied in software, this way when the user is scrolling the mouse
> > around the desktop the magnifier screen get's updated quickly and only
> > when the user stop to move the mouse ore intensive algorithms will be
> > applied.
> You are right, that is a 4th reason people request impulse filtering. So
> the reasons are:
> 1. Emulate the output of some other software.
> 2. Make a zoom produce "square pixels" rather than "blurry".
> 3. Make a non-integer translation round to the nearest integer.
> 4. Make it run faster.
> I think in all these cases except #1 what is being requested is not
> exactly impulse filtering but a specific side effect of it.
> I do think magnifier programs are very interested in making #2 work.
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