I’m implementing an application that requires the usage of the NV_DX_interop2 extension to deal with the DirectX <–> OpenGL interoperability. My application is DX-based (99.99% of the scene objects are rendered by the DX11) but I have only one scene object that is loaded/rendered by an OpenGL 3rd party library. Is it real life? Unfortunately, yes.
So, I have wrote the source code in a such way that is possible to select the rendering API that I want to use for rendering: RENDERING_API_DX, RENDERING_API_GL and RENDERING_API_INTEROP. When I use only DX or only GL, the NSight works like a charm (I can debug the shaders, I can use the frame profiler, everything) because I’m using only supported functions by the NSight 4.5 (i.e. DX11 functions and GL4.3 core profile functions).
However, when I use INTEROP, the NSight shows me an (in)compatibility log due the fact that I’m using interop2 functions:
My question is: Is there any possibility to NSight add support to the NV_DX_interop2 extension?
A workaround or an official solution?