AMD Compress is a library for texture compression and bit format conversions. It can compress to a wide range of compression formats including ATI2N, BCn, ETC, DXT and swizzled DXT formats, and supports conversion of textures between 8bit fixed, 16bit fixed and 32bit float formats.
Multiple build configurations of the library are available to third party developers who wish to incorporate it within their own applications.
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The Architecture/Performance, Texture Compression, and Texture Conversion components of AMD Compress Serial Key are the different parts of the compression library designed for completely different scenarios:
* The high performance and perfect-fit for today’s OpenGL applications. It is a general purpose static-free and portable compression algorithm designed for real time animation applications.
* The high performance and perfect-fit for today’s OpenGL applications is the architecture portion of the compression library. It is a general purpose static-free and portable performance optimized compression algorithm designed specifically for high performance OpenGL applications.
* The texture compression part of the compression library is the other major component of the library and it is designed to be integrated within real time applications with different use cases of high performance encoding of texture data for use in 3d games, video encoding, fullscreen rendering, image processing and multi-media.
* The texture conversion part of the compression library is designed to be used in any application that needs to be portable with no dependencies on specific texture formats. The texture conversion part of the library will be useful in applications such as GLSL shader editors and applications that need to be portable across all platforms.
The Texture Compression part of AMD Compress has been tested and verified to work with Windows, Linux, OS X, FreeBSD and Solaris. It is tested with the latest versions of all major OpenGL drivers on the market today.
The Texture Conversion part of AMD Compress is designed to be used with any vendor’s hardware or software. It will work with hardware from all major hardware vendors, including NVIDIA, ATI, RIVA and Matrox. It is tested with the latest versions of all major hardware drivers for each platform.
The Architecture/Performance, Texture Compression, and Texture Conversion components of AMD Compress are designed to work together as a unified library that allows the developer to optimize his/her application for the best performance with the best compression.
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This is an implementation of the latest image compression algorithm used by Adobe Photoshop. It is based on the technique published in the tutorial titled Texture Compression by Jeremie Muller-Ouachogues.
It is a complete general-purpose file compressor implementing a program size of about 100KB and a compression rate of about 70%. It is possible to obtain the source code by registering at our web site
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Why should I have to pay for the full source code just to recompile a library?
A simple question with a very simple answer. While the utility included with the commercial version of Adobe Photoshop is a robust and well designed application with many useful features, it is also not free, especially when you consider the costs of licencing the application. Developers can look to other sources for additional useful utilities and tools but they generally come with a cost.
It has recently become the norm for graphics developers to use either commercial applications or libraries. While this can seem limiting or economically foolish to some, it is in fact the only sure-fire way to ensure that your game and modelling tools work on the largest number of machines, with the least amount of hassle.
If you are a developer who is looking for a solution that meets your needs then the only solution is to obtain a copy of the code and build your own, which you can do with the source code available at our web site.
Can I contribute to this code?
If you have ideas and suggestions for improving the code then we would be more than happy to hear them and incorporate them where possible into the code. Please do get in touch with us by email at email@example.com
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[..] Use Compress and Get_pixels to compress any set of colors and get them back as a new set of colors. Compress or Get_pixels can compress a color from 8 or 16 bit colors depth into DXT1, DXT5, ETC1, etc.
The architecture of Compress is divided into the following sections:
[..] 1/ Compression
Compression (section 1)
The main unit of Compress is the source pixel. It defines the mapping from floating point color values to a fixed point representation. The compression module of Compress is headerless. The compression algorithm is built on top of the conforming bits in the bits of each of the DXT formats (DXT1/5/etc.), ETC1, and PVRTC.
To compress a source pixel, Compress first converts the source pixel into a format compatible with the compression format then compresses the result into a bit stream based on the chosen compression format.
All these conversions are performed in the context of the source pixel format. In order to compute the conversion details for all of the different formats provided by Compress, Compress has built in a set of math instructions to perform the conversions. The math instructions are defined in the file math.inc.
A typical example of color conversion consists of the following steps:
The source pixel is converted to the source pixel format without any processing. The source color is converted to 8 bit compressed color and associated format identifier. The resulting compressed color is converted to another format by applying the bit conversion tables. The resulting compressed color is converted back to the source color.
Conversion (section 2)
The second main unit in Compress is the bit format. It defines the exact format of the converted color value.
The DXT formats (DXT1/5/etc.) are predefined by the function get_pixels.DXT(), *et cetera*. In order to convert a color from one format to another format, Compress can convert the same color into the floating point, 8 bit compressed color format, 16 bit compressed format, or 32 bit floating point format. This is the function get_pixels
System Requirements For AMD Compress:
4GB of RAM
3GHz Dual Core CPU
2GB Hard Drive
Shader Model 3.0
2GB of RAM
2GHz Single Core CPU
1GB Hard Drive
Supported Video Cards:
NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GS