[cairo] Applying to a surface the alpha of other
Carlos López González
genetita at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 12:36:15 PDT 2012
Hi!
I'm dealing with a problem of compositing surfaces and I have a
situation that I would like to solve by using the Cairo operators but
I don't find a way to solve it.
Say I have two surfaces: A and B of the same dimensions
I would like to have a result surface (R) with the following properties:
(I'm using the nomenclature from the http://cairographics.org/operators/ page)
aR=aA
xR=xB
I've tried to achieve that operations by using the current Cairo
operators but I always get with axB for the color and not xB.
Is there any way to perform this or should I need to modify the data directly?
Alternatively to this I would be also happy if I can do the following operation:
Given a surface B I would like to obtain another surface (R) that satisfies:
aR=1
xR=xB
So masking the resulting surface with the surface A I would obtain the
desired result.
Then basically the question is: How do I change the alpha channel of
all the pixels to be 1.0?
Thanks in advance!
--
Carlos
http://synfig.org
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