Sprite/Texture Nearest Neighbour Filtering

Hello! So my question is quite simple to ask (perhaps more difficult to answer); is it possible to select the type of filtering that applies to my StaticSprite2D objects?

For example, this is what I’ve been working on:

The ship looks great. What I want is a 23 pixel high image that I can scale up by 4 in the code to achieve a 92 pixel high result on the screen. When I do that, this is the result that I get:

Screenshot from 2017-08-05 13-24-13

Pretty gross, right? It appears to be using a Linear or Cubic scaling algorithm, which is not what I want. I would like to tell it to use a Nearest Neighbour scaling algorithm so that I can get those crisp pixels that will compliment the art. After about a week of searching, the documentation left me struck with no leads.

My current workaround is to scale the image before-hand and load up a much larger image to be rendered. It’s quite extraneous and not particularly fun or optimised for loading.

Is there any proper or better solution that I’m missing?

Thanks!

Try this:

And welcome to the forums! :slight_smile:

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Thank you so much for your help!

Well, this already has an answer, but I’d like to add - I fixed the same problem with
engineParameters_["TextureFilterMode"] = FILTER_NEAREST;
at Setup() of your Application, this sets filtering type for all textures, if they don’t have an xml file

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