[Bf-committers] Blender FX Proposal
jason.a.wilkins at gmail.com
Fri Mar 30 21:17:18 CEST 2012
Being "more powerful" does not mean at all that it will have less
performance. Other game engines like Unreal or Unity are more
powerful than BGE and they perform well. The main point is that I
want to be able to do post-processing effects for the purpose of
helping users visualize surfaces better and that such a feature would
be similar to and better than the one available in BGE. If that is
true, how should I approach things so that BGE and the normal view
port do not needlessly diverge.
Even if we purposefully restricted the game engine to a subset of
functionality there is no reason for that subset to be implemented
using a totally different code base. That is what I'm wondering
On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 1:26 PM, Knapp <magick.crow at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 8:09 PM, Gianmichele Mariani
> <g.mariani at liquidnet.it> wrote:
>> Mmmm I tend to disagree here!
>> When you're animating having a fast viewport speed is a must. Don't want to
>> lose time doing OpenGl previews just to get a the feeling of your timing.
>> You need to be able to hit play and see the result of your work in realtime.
>>> I am not so sure that is true. The game must keep the frame rates high
>>> for good animation. The normal window does not need this as badly but
>>> does need very good quality renders at all times. Dropping to frame
>>> rates as low as 12 or maybe better 24 would not kill most desktop
>>> stuff but no gamer would like it.
> Yes, OK but most films run at 24/25 and even most computers are doing
> films only at 50/60 FPS. I find update problems tend to have more to
> do with running quite a bit slower than that, sadly. I would love to
> have a faster update in ever last detail of blender.
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