The version of OpenGL I’ve got is 1.5.2
OS is Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 2
I was getting the following ‘artifacts’ when I was using GL_REPEAT.
When I changed to GL_CLAMP_TO_EDGE or GL_CLAMP, the artifact went away… unless the quad is moving.
While the quad is moving, the line flickers - seems like a rounding issue?
How do I get rid of this line?
I’ve never had such problems on any hardware. Make sure your texture data is correct.
What’s the width of your texture? Perhaps it’s an allignment problem.
Could be an alignment issue.
What I’m doing is making a texture (power of 2 dimension).
Then I’m allocating a block of data to draw into.
I’m using Gdiplus to draw into the data before copying the data to the texture with glTexSubImage2D.
What I want to try is using a texture of arbitrary size. Then I’ll use the actual dimensions of the texture instead of floats… however I don’t know where to find documentation on this feature – other than buying the book from Amazon…
That did the trick! using GL_TEXTURE_RECTANGLE_ARB removed the artifact!