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How does one avoid hundreds of copies into a vertex buffer each frame?
Assume a Direct3D9-based 2D game, high resolution, very busy. Performance critical. A particle system has 2,000 particles. They are scattered throughout the world with only a subset visible on screen ...
Nov 7 '11 at 21:44
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