PVRTexToolCL bleeding

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  • #30803

    I’m working with the new PVRTexToolCL included in the 3.1 release 1 and I’m having a few problems with the command line arguments not working…

    The one I’m most concerned with is the -l which should do the alpha bleeding. In the GUI everything works great… but in the command line utility, I just can’t get it to work.

    Has anyone else had this problem?

    Am I missing something with the -l ?

    Thanks,

    Chris

    #35663

    Hi Chris,

    I hadn’t noticed any problems with this functionality whilst testing, I’ll have a look into it asap though and let you know what happens. Could you tell me which OS you’re running on?

    Thanks,

    Tobias

    #35664

    Hello Tobias,

    Thank you for looking into it. I’m using Mac OSX.

    The -premultalpha seems to be ignored as well 🙁

    Here is what I am typing:

    ./PVRTexTool -fOGLPVRTC4 -premultalpha -iarcade-background0.png -oarcade-background0cl.pvr

    or

    ./PVRTexTool -fOGLPVRTC4 -l -iarcade-background0.png -oarcade-background0cl.pvr

    When I open either of these outputs in the GUI and turn off the alpha channel, it is apparent that the bleed and premultalpha flags are being ignored in both cases.

    -Chris

    #35665

    Hi Chris,

    A new version of the tool is now available on the website which should fix the issue. Please let me know if you have any further issues.

    Thanks,

    Tobias

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