[Bf-committers] [Patch] Draw object in BoundBox when transform
cbarton at metavr.com
Wed Mar 30 16:27:17 CEST 2005
This is realy nice idea- good work!
Jonathan I disagree- are you suggest is that the scene will draw in
'slow' mode for a 1 or 2 frames. do a speed test. and based on that
test. optimize the scene.
a) Run jerky then smoothly (assuming a decission is made to optimize).
B) Timing tests may be inaccurate CPU may be under heavy usage by some
other app while the tests are being made. the Process my be irratic and
not a good banchmark of system load.
Timing Every frame (Nagate option a) would jump into bounding box mode
part way through, or jump in and our depending on how its coded.
C) Id rather have controle myself.
Another note about a) I have scenes then refresh as low as 1 frame a
secont on my late model nvidia.
If I had to wait 1 second for a timing test- this is alredy affecting
how responsive blender is. I know this is extreame. but Id rather Its
responsive straight away.
Jonathan Merritt wrote:
>LECOCQ Guillaume wrote:
>>Hello, I make a patch for a french user who wants to works with his
>>big scene without wit for the redraw.
>>He has some object with some vertice, if he moves an object, turn the
>>view, ... Blender redraw slowly all times.
>>The idea : when moves, rotates, turns view, ... all objects in the
>>current area is drawn in BoundBox and after make the change, all
>>objects return to there drawtype state.
>Cool! :-) Conceptually I think this is a great idea, and I remember
>seeing something like this in 3D Studio Max that really seemed to speed
>up viewport navigation. However, I think that it would be even better
>if Blender could automatically detect when the redraw time has become
>long enough that the boundbox drawing mode is required. So, when the
>scene is being drawn, the boundbox drawing mode would not be used until
>the redraw time exceeds some minimum value.
>Hopefully I'll be able to test the patch tomorrow.
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