Recently, I tried to use clEnqueueCopyImage for OpenGL/ES interop with OpenCL. However, it just return -59(CL_INVALID_OPERATION) after calling clEnqueueCopyImage
How could i fix it ?
I have tried to write a simple kernel to access the Imported EGL images, however, it also return CL_INVALID_OPERATION after calling clEnqueueNDRange. So, I suspect that the Imported EGL images is not truly accessible although calling of clCreateFromEGLImageKHR return true
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