opencl Reading a Texture


Example

Reading an image is almost like reading an array. The only difference beeing that the size and offset need to be three-dimensional.

clEnqueueReadImage($queue, $memobj, $blocking, $offset, $size, $stride, $slice_pitch, $target, 0, null, null);

The $stride defines how many bytes a row has. Normally this is just width * (bytes per pixel), but someone might want to change that to align the data with the memory banks. The same goes for $slice_pitch, only that this value is for the third dimension.