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XNA 4 Deferred Rendering deforms the model [closed]
I have a problem when rendering a model of my World - when rendered using BasicEffect, it looks just peachy. Problem is when I render it using deferred rendering. See for yourselves: what it looks ...
Nov 21 '11 at 17:46
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