PxrGoboLightFilter projects a painted texture in front of the light.
This light filter is a simple version of PxrCookieLightFilter.
Filename of the projected texture. If you want to control the blur for the projected edge, include the mask into the alpha channel of this map. Otherwise, it will use a white opaque alpha installed on $RMANTREE/lib/textures/white.tex for blurring when blur is > 0.
If the texture's tile mode is not repeating, this specifies the color for the region outside of and behind the projected rectangle. When we specify a blur below, the edge of the projected rectangle will be blended with the fill color.
Width of the rect which the light is shining through.
Height of the rect which the light is shining through.
Controls the strength of the projected effect.
Specify whether to invert the projected texture before it is applied.
Global Multiplier for both the diffuse and specular contribution below.
Multiplier of this light filter result for the diffuse contribution.
Multiplier of this light filter result for the specular contribution.
Tile ModeSpecifies how the texture repeats.
Scale of the projected texture in the U direction.
Scale of the projected texture in the V direction.
Offset of the projected texture in the U direction. This simply moves the image in the U direction.
Offset of the the projected texture in the V direction. This simply moves the image in the V direction.
If using a texture with unpremultiplied Alpha, set this to 0 of off for correct behavior.
mult: The results of all the filters are multiplied together
max: The maximum result from all filters is used.This works best for grey scale light filters.
min: The minimum result from all filters is used.This works best for grey scale light filters.
screen: Similar to the max operation, but it combines gradients in a smoother way. This works best for grey scale light.
Light filters on a light are grouped by their combine mode. Light filters in the same group are executed together and combined by the combine mode.The groups are executed in this order (max, min, screen, and then mult) and are multiplied together, which means a filter that turns things black in the mult group will zero out all other filters.