To transition to the next subpass in the render pass instance after recording the commands for a subpass, call:
void vkCmdNextSubpass( VkCommandBuffer commandBuffer, VkSubpassContents contents);
commandBufferis the command buffer in which to record the command.
contentsspecifies how the commands in the next subpass will be provided, in the same fashion as the corresponding parameter of vkCmdBeginRenderPass.
The subpass index for a render pass begins at zero when
vkCmdBeginRenderPass is recorded, and increments each time
vkCmdNextSubpass is recorded.
Moving to the next subpass automatically performs any multisample resolve
operations in the subpass being ended.
End-of-subpass multisample resolves are treated as color attachment writes
for the purposes of synchronization.
This applies to resolve operations for both color and depth/stencil
That is, they are considered to execute in the
VK_PIPELINE_STAGE_COLOR_ATTACHMENT_OUTPUT_BIT pipeline stage and their
writes are synchronized with
Synchronization between rendering within a subpass and any resolve
operations at the end of the subpass occurs automatically, without need for
explicit dependencies or pipeline barriers.
However, if the resolve attachment is also used in a different subpass, an
explicit dependency is needed.
After transitioning to the next subpass, the application can record the commands for that subpass.
For more information, see the Vulkan Specification
This page is extracted from the Vulkan Specification. Fixes and changes should be made to the Specification, not directly.
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