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UVAtlas isochart texture atlas

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UVAtlas - isochart texture atlasing

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January 9, 2021

This package contains UVAtlas, a shared source library for creating and packing an isochart texture atlas.

This code is designed to build with Visual Studio 2017 (15.9), Visual Studio 2019, or clang for Windows v9 or later. It is recommended that you make use of the Windows 10 May 2020 Update SDK (19041).

These components are designed to work without requiring any content from the legacy DirectX SDK. For details, see Where is the DirectX SDK?.

Directory Layout

  • Inc\
    • Public Header File (in the DirectX C++ namespace):
    • UVtlas.h
      • UVAtlasCreate
      • UVAtlasPartition
      • UVAtlasPack
      • UVAtlasComputeIMTFromPerVertexSignal
      • UVAtlasComputeIMTFromSignal
      • UVAtlasComputeIMTFromTexture
      • UVAtlasComputeIMTFromPerTexelSignal
      • UVAtlasApplyRemap
  • geodesics\
    ,
    isochart\
    • Library source files
  • UVAtasTool\
    • Command line tool and sample for UVAtlas library

Documentation

Documentation is available on the GitHub wiki.

Notices

All content and source code for this package are subject to the terms of the MIT License.

For the latest version of UVAtlas, bug reports, etc. please visit the project site on GitHub.

Further reading

Zhou et al, "Iso-charts: Stretch-driven Mesh Parameterization using Spectral Analysis", Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing (2004) pdf

Sander et al. "Signal-Specialized Parametrization" Europgraphics 2002 pdf

Release Notes

  • Starting with the December 2020 release, this library makes use of typed enum bitmask flags per the recommendation of the C++ Standard section 17.5.2.1.3 Bitmask types. This is consistent with Direct3D 12's use of the

    DEFINE_ENUM_FLAG_OPERATORS
    macro. This may have breaking change impacts to client code:
    • You cannot pass the
      0
      literal as your option flags value. Instead you must make use of the appropriate default enum value:
      UVATLAS_DEFAULT
      or
      UVATLAS_IMT_DEFAULT
      .
    • Use the enum type instead of
      DWORD
      if building up flags values locally with bitmask operations. For example,
      UVATLAS options = UVATLAS_DEFAULT; if (...) options |= UVATLAS_GEODESIC_FAST;
  • The UWP projects and the VS 2019 Win10 classic desktop project include configurations for the ARM64 platform. These require VS 2017 (15.9 update) or VS 2019 to build, with the ARM64 toolset installed.

Contributing

This project welcomes contributions and suggestions. Most contributions require you to agree to a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) declaring that you have the right to, and actually do, grant us the rights to use your contribution. For details, visit https://cla.opensource.microsoft.com.

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This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact [email protected] with any additional questions or comments.

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