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DXGK_GDIARG_CLEARTYPEBLEND structure

The DXGK_GDIARG_CLEARTYPEBLEND structure describes the characteristics of a GDI hardware-accelerated ClearType and antialiased text pixel blending operation.

Syntax


typedef struct _DXGK_GDIARG_CLEARTYPEBLEND {
  RECT DstRect;
  UINT TmpSurfAllocationIndex;
  UINT GammaSurfAllocationIndex;
  UINT AlphaSurfAllocationIndex;
  UINT DstAllocationIndex;
  INT  DstToAlphaOffsetX;
  INT  DstToAlphaOffsetY;
  UINT Color;
  UINT Gamma;
  UINT NumSubRects;
  RECT *pSubRects;
  UINT AlphaSurfPitch;
  UINT Color2;
} DXGK_GDIARG_CLEARTYPEBLEND;

Members

DstRect

[in] A RECT structure that defines the rectangular area to be modified. This rectangle is specified in the coordinate system of the destination surface and is defined by two points: upper left and lower right. The rectangle is lower-right exclusive; that is, its lower and right edges are not a part of the bit-block transfer. The two points that define the rectangle are always well ordered.

The destination rectangle defined by DstRect can exceed the bounds of the destination surface, but sub-rectangles cannot. Additionally, all sub-rectangles are guaranteed to fit inside the destination surface. Sub-rectangles can be constrained further by a bounding rectangle that is smaller than the destination rectangle.

TmpSurfAllocationIndex

[in] An index of the element in the allocation list that specifies a temporary surface. This surface can be used to read the destination before executing a pixel shader.

GammaSurfAllocationIndex

[in] An index of the element in the allocation list that specifies a gamma table of type D3DKMDT_GDISURFACETYPE. The format of the gamma lookup allocation is 8 bits per pixel, and the resolution is 512 x 16 pixels. Each row of the allocation contains two tables: gamma and inverse gamma. Each table has 256 entries.

AlphaSurfAllocationIndex

[in] An index of the element in the allocation list that specifies alpha values of a surface. The alpha surface is in the same coordinate space as the destination surface space that is bounded by the DstRect destination rectangle.

DstAllocationIndex

[in] An index of the element in the allocation list that specifies the allocation that is referenced by the DstRect destination rectangle.

DstToAlphaOffsetX

[in] An offset in the x direction that transforms the destination rectangle coordinate space to the alpha surface coordinate space.

DstToAlphaOffsetY

[in] An offset in the y direction that transforms the destination rectangle coordinate space to the alpha surface coordinate space.

Color

[in] The foreground color, in 32-bit ARGB unsigned pixel format (as defined by the D3DDDIFMT_A8R8G8B8 value of the D3DDDIFORMAT enumeration), corrected for gamma.

Gamma

[in] An index of the element in the allocation list that specifies the gamma lookup table. Gamma values are in the range of [0, 15], otherwise gamma is 0xFFFFFFFF (the value of D3DKM_INVALID_GAMMA_INDEX). See Remarks for more information on how gamma is used in ClearType blending.

NumSubRects

The number of sub-rectangles in the destination surface space that is bounded by the DstRect destination rectangle.

pSubRects

A pointer to the sub-rectangles in the destination surface space that is bounded by the DstRect destination rectangle.

AlphaSurfPitch

The pitch, in bytes, of the alpha surface referenced by AlphaSurfAllocationIndex.

Color2

[in] The foreground color, in 32-bit ARGB unsigned pixel format (as defined by the D3DDDIFMT_A8R8G8B8 value of the D3DDDIFORMAT enumeration), not corrected for gamma.

Remarks

The value of Gamma should be in the range of [0, 15] unless set to 0xFFFFFFFF (the value of D3DKM_INVALID_GAMMA_INDEX). The value of Gamma is the index of a row in the gamma allocation.

When gamma is in the range of [0, 15], the following per-pixel blending is performed.


GammaTable = (BYTE*)GammaSurfaceAddress + Gamma * GammaSurfacePitch;
InverseGammaTable = (BYTE*)GammaSurfaceAddress + Gamma * GammaSurfacePitch + 256;

Tmp.r = GammaTable[D.r]; // red
Tmp.g = GammaTable[D.g]; // green
Tmp.b = GammaTable[D.b]; // blue

BlendColor.r = InverseGammaTable[round((Tmp.r + (Color.r - Tmp.r) * A.r / 255.0))]
BlendColor.g = InverseGammaTable[round((Tmp.g + (Color.g - Tmp.g) * A.g / 255.0))]
BlendColor.b = InverseGammaTable[round((Tmp.b + (Color.b - Tmp.b) * A.b / 255.0))]
OutputColor.a = D.a

OutputColor.r = (A.r == 0) ? D.r : (A.r == 255) ? Color2.r : BlendColor.r;
OutputColor.g = (A.g == 0) ? D.g : (A.g == 255) ? Color2.g : BlendColor.g;
OutputColor.b = (A.b == 0) ? D.b : (A.b == 255) ? Color2.b : BlendColor.b;

When gamma is equal to 0xFFFFFFFF (the value of D3DKM_INVALID_GAMMA_INDEX), the following per-pixel blending is performed.


OutputColor.a = D.a
OutputColor.r = D.r + (Color.r - D.r) * (Color.r >= D.r ? A.r : A.g) / 255.0
OutputColor.g = D.g + (Color.g - D.g) * (Color.g >= D.g ? A.r : A.g) / 255.0
OutputColor.b = D.b + (Color.b - D.b) * (Color.b >= D.b ? A.r : A.g) / 255.0

Where the following parameters are in the D3DDDIFMT_A8R8G8B8 format defined in the D3DDDIFORMAT enumeration:

  • Color = gamma-corrected foreground color, as defined by the Color member

  • Color2 = foreground color, not gamma corrected, as defined by the Color2 member

  • D = destination pixel color

  • A = alpha surface color

The display miniport driver must ensure that when a component of A is zero, the corresponding output component is the same as the background color component (D).

The driver must also ensure that when a component of A is 0xFF, the corresponding output component is the same as the foreground color component (Color2).

Requirements

Version

Available in Windows 7 and later versions of the Windows operating systems.

Header

D3dkmddi.h (include D3dkmddi.h)

See also

D3DDDIFORMAT
D3DKMDT_GDISURFACETYPE
RECT

 

 

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