You have a complicated enough scheme that just reading a general
description really isn't sufficient to understand what is being down
when etc. So best I can is provide general suggests.
Would a CullSettings::ClampProjectionMatrixCallback help? Might
enable you to intercept or set the values and do what you want with
them. This will be called in Cull traversal at the appropriate time.
I don't recall the details, it's probably well over a decade since I
looked at this code.
On 17 May 2018 at 15:11, Werner Modenbach <werner.modenb...@texion.eu> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I hope someone can help me.
> I'm really desperate. I can't find the right way retrieving zNear and zFar
> from a child camera.
> I'm debugging now since many days already without success.
> I have a deferred rendering scene. The main camera doesn't have my scane as
> child but the rtt-camera.
> rtt-camera is set RELATIVE_RF, so it is controlled by the camera manipulator
> of the main camera.
> What I found out so far:
> - The viewer calls "renderingTraversals()"
> - The renderer calls "cull()" which starts a cullVisitor.
> - When the cullVisitor reaches my child camera it multiplies view and
> projection matrices and collects correct
> zNear and zFar values from the cameras child = my scene.
> - at the and of apply(const osg::Camera&) the method "popProjectionMatrix()"
> is called which cals "clampProJectionMatrix(...)"
> - There the projection matrix is modified the correct way according to zNear
> and zFar.
> - I have set a CullCallback and a PreDrawCallback at my child camera but
> none of them can extract zNear and zFar from the cameras ProjectionMatrix.
> Is there any other way to get these values which get obviously calculated
> the correct way?
> I can't find anything in the Internet or in the examples.
> Many thanks for any hint.
> - Werner -
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