[cairo] Cairo and Panda3d
Gerdus van Zyl
gerdusvanzyl at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 23:31:40 PST 2009
I would recommend clutter then. It's got built in cairo support, up2date
python bindings and an impressive feature list.
the source download of pyclutter has some good examples
On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 8:18 AM, Donn <donn.ingle at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am evaluating Panda3D with the general aim of doing animation.
> Does anyone here know (with some Python code) how/if I can
> produce textures by way of pyCairo -- so that I can produce textures
> in memory and not have to load from files?
> My general plan is to produce a "frame" of drawing in a cairo context
> and then slurp that across (as quickly as I can) into a texture on a
> plane. A bit like playing a video, except that each frame is rendered
> before being drawn.
> I am scouring the web at the moment and am in that fragile 'choose
> your toolkit poison' position where I could jump to Clutter/Pigment or
> Panda given the basic needs I have.
> Hope that made sense!
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