## C Specification

To query additional capabilities specific to image types, call:

VkResult vkGetPhysicalDeviceImageFormatProperties(
VkPhysicalDevice                            physicalDevice,
VkFormat                                    format,
VkImageType                                 type,
VkImageTiling                               tiling,
VkImageUsageFlags                           usage,
VkImageCreateFlags                          flags,
VkImageFormatProperties*                    pImageFormatProperties);

## Parameters

• physicalDevice is the physical device from which to query the image capabilities.

• format is a VkFormat value specifying the image format, corresponding to VkImageCreateInfo::format.

• type is a VkImageType value specifying the image type, corresponding to VkImageCreateInfo::imageType.

• tiling is a VkImageTiling value specifying the image tiling, corresponding to VkImageCreateInfo::tiling.

• usage is a bitmask of VkImageUsageFlagBits specifying the intended usage of the image, corresponding to VkImageCreateInfo::usage.

• flags is a bitmask of VkImageCreateFlagBits specifying additional parameters of the image, corresponding to VkImageCreateInfo::flags.

• pImageFormatProperties is a pointer to a VkImageFormatProperties structure in which capabilities are returned.

## Description

The format, type, tiling, usage, and flags parameters correspond to parameters that would be consumed by vkCreateImage (as members of VkImageCreateInfo).

If format is not a supported image format, or if the combination of format, type, tiling, usage, and flags is not supported for images, then vkGetPhysicalDeviceImageFormatProperties returns VK_ERROR_FORMAT_NOT_SUPPORTED.

The limitations on an image format that are reported by vkGetPhysicalDeviceImageFormatProperties have the following property: if usage1 and usage2 of type VkImageUsageFlags are such that the bits set in usage1 are a subset of the bits set in usage2, and flags1 and flags2 of type VkImageCreateFlags are such that the bits set in flags1 are a subset of the bits set in flags2, then the limitations for usage1 and flags1 must be no more strict than the limitations for usage2 and flags2, for all values of format, type, and tiling.

Valid Usage
Valid Usage (Implicit)
Return Codes
On success, this command returns
• VK_SUCCESS

On failure, this command returns
• VK_ERROR_OUT_OF_HOST_MEMORY

• VK_ERROR_OUT_OF_DEVICE_MEMORY

• VK_ERROR_FORMAT_NOT_SUPPORTED