Creates a new image using the kernel and the specified input image and arguments.
- iOS 8.0+
- macOS 10.11+
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+
- tvOS 9.0+
- Core Image
The extent of the output image.
A block or closure that computes the region of interest for a given rectangle of destination image pixels. See
The input image to be processed by the warp kernel.
An array of arguments to pass to the kernel routine. The type of each object in the array must be compatible with the corresponding parameter declared in the kernel routine source code. For details, see Core Image Kernel Language Reference.
A new image object describing the result of applying the kernel.
This method is analogous to the
apply(_:, but it does not require construction of a
CIFilter object, and it allows you to specify a callback for determining the kernel’s region of interest as a block or closure. As with the similar
CIFilter method, calling this method does not execute the kernel code—filters and their kernel code are evaluated only when rendering a final output image.
When applying a filter kernel, the region of interest (ROI) is the area of source image pixels that must be processed to produce a given area of destination image pixels. For a more detailed definition, see The Region of Interest. Core Image calls your
callback block or closure to determine the ROI when rendering the filter output. Core Image automatically splits large images into smaller tiles for rendering, so your callback may be called multiple times.