> > Intel's driver doesn't like type casting, so the filter wouldn't compile on my > laptop > > with Intel graphics. > > > > Now it should work. > > > > I think that some Linux drivers (especially from intel) are even pickier. So who > > knows if it works there without additional modifications. I don't have linux > outside > > of a VM any more, so I can't test it... > > > > I'm updating the original post with the updated version too. There shouldn't be any > > reason for the older one to exist. > > > > This version is slightly different. It's slightly better organized (the stuff I > > added...), the defaults are more sensible (not as much saturation boost, not quite > as > > sharp), and of course my laptop likes the fragment shader now. > > You ported this over or Timothy Lottes did? > > I would like to add this to here. > https://sites.google.com/site/o0kinghanco0o/crt-geom-alternative-downloads > > Before doing so I needed to know.
Timothy Lottes wrote the whole thing. I added a couple of easy extras like the saturation/tint stuff + contrast boost. But basically I just fudged his work to make it work with what the GLSL system provides to shader.
But don't put it up anywhere right now. The bloom stuff will be added tomorrow probably and hopefully I can figure out the firefox overlay thing R.Belmont mentioned above. So you should wait until then at least.