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Projection TOP to Crop

Postby eightlines » Tue Jul 31, 2018 4:09 pm

I am working with an input Equirectangular image from a 360 camera, and I want to output to a cubemap but have the squares cropped. So I've got the movieFileIn -> Projection.

If I use a Crop I receive the error "Input 0 must be a 2D Texture".

If I insert in a Texture3D TOP with the 2D Array option selected it doesn't convert the Projection to a 2D Texture. I've also tried using a Select top but it always results in the same error.

Any suggestions on how to convert the projection into something I can use in a crop?
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Re: Projection TOP to Crop

Postby eightlines » Fri Aug 10, 2018 1:39 pm

Resolved the issue thanks to the folks at Derivative:

Info on the Projection TOP shows the output of the TOP is a Cube Map Texture and not an RGB image. The network now looks like this:

MovieFileIn -> Projection (Equirectangular-CubeMap) -> CubeMap (CubeMap-Vertical Cross)

You can now use the TOP to crop the image.
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