This method enables you to change the depth bounds dynamically.
void OMSetDepthBounds( FLOAT Min, FLOAT Max );
Specifies the minimum depth bounds. The default value is 0. NaN values silently convert to 0.
Specifies the maximum depth bounds. The default value is 1. NaN values silently convert to 0.
Depth-bounds testing allows pixels and samples to be discarded if the currently-stored depth value is outside the range specified by Min and Max, inclusive. If the currently-stored depth value of the pixel or sample is inside this range, then the depth-bounds test passes and it is rendered; otherwise, the depth-bounds test fails and the pixel or sample is discarded. Note that the depth-bounds test considers the currently-stored depth value, not the depth value generated by the executing pixel shader.
To use depth-bounds testing, the application must use the new CreatePipelineState method to enable depth-bounds testing on the PSO and then can use this command list method to change the depth-bounds dynamically.
OMSetDepthBounds is an optional feature. Use the CheckFeatureSupport method to determine whether or not this feature is supported by the user-mode driver. Support for this feature is reported through the D3D12_FEATURE_D3D12_OPTIONS1 structure.