[Papervision3D] Improving performance!
azupko at zupko.info
Sun Mar 22 17:08:07 PST 2009
It could just be too much drawing (volume wise) for older computers to
handle. The larger an are that is drawn on the slower flash will go -
so if you have a large window that is being entirely filled, it might
be part of the problem on old computers. I also just checked your
quality settings - HIGH is never recommended. Use medium and you will
get much better framerates. You can also swap between qualities, but
there is never really a reason to go to high.
On Mar 22, 2009, at 4:16 PM, predajob wrote:
> thanks for your enlightening answers (and positive comments :))
> I was also wondering what happens when pv3d draws successive frames!
> there a way to make it redraw only the parts of the scene where
> objects are
> really changing?
> And also, i noticed that when I remove my skybox, everything goes
> It's a cube like this:
> skybox = new Cube(matBoxList, 8000, 8000, 8000, 2, 2, 2, Cube.ALL,
> the texture for all faces is the same and has a size of 512*512,
> precise and
> smooth are set to false.
> Am I making something wrong here? How would you create a skybox?
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