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[Metal] API provides 32-bit depth texture when a 16-bit texture is expected
How to reproduce:
1. Open attached project
2. Build to iOS
3. Open in Xcode
4. In Xcode, go to Product -> Scheme -> Edit Scheme...
5. In the Options tab change the GPU Frame Capture setting to Metal
6. Build to device
- Note that it crashes before getting to the Splash Screen with this error:
/BuildRoot/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/Metal/Metal-56.7/ToolsLayers/Debug/MTLDebugRenderCommandEncoder.mm:1602: failed assertion `MTLPixelFormat of texture [TempBuffer 2 1920x1080 (MTLPixelFormatDepth32Float)] bound at index 1 is incompatible with texture parameter [MTLDataTypeHalf _CameraDepthTexture]. MTLPixelFormatDepth32Float is compatible with texture data types type(s) (
- Reproduced in Version 5.2.4f1 (98095704e6fe), Version 5.3.4p2 (fdf8d87c549e), Version 5.4.0b14 (0d4790749194) on an iPhone 6+ (iOS 9.3.1)
- Not reproducible on an iPhone 5 (iOS 7.1)
As a workaround: please disable the Metal validation setting in the Xcode schema options
Proper solution: search for CameraDepthTexture in your shaders and verify that it uses sampler2D_float, not just sampler2D. Note that ignoring this issue may crash the GPU driver on certain hardware.
Unity will have a warning for this in the future.
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