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Entity System Texture Rendering Performance Java

I use Artemis and LibGDX. I have the following two components which manipulate a texture: ComponentTexture // Stores the texture ComponentSource // Define a region for the texture, that will only be ...
2
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2answers
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Vertex buffers - interleaved or separate? [closed]

Interleaved - all vertex data (position, normal, texcoord...) kept in 1 vertex buffer, separate - each vertex attribute is kept in a separate vertex buffer (1 for positions, 1 for normals...). I know ...
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2answers
132 views

Batching elements

I don't understand exactly how batching works. What I have understood: Batching is useful to regroup similar elements together and draw them in one draw call (performance++), currently drawing an ...
3
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2answers
217 views

Reducing overdraw cost: does triangle ordering matter?

I'm working on a project with procedural geometry, and will potentially have lots of opaque faces overlapping within the same model. Imagine an onion's layers. My understanding is it is better to draw ...
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1answer
99 views

GLES2 rendering performance for different iPad generations

I'm using C++/GLES2 for iPad only (no iPhone). The only device I own is an iPad2 and I do not plan to support iPad 1. Can anyone help me understand realistic goals/limits on iPad 2/3/4 in terms of ...
2
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2answers
852 views

HTML5 - Does it have the power to handle a large 2D game with a huge world? [closed]

I have been using XNA game studio, but due to private reasons (as well as the ability to publish anywhere & my heavy interest in isogenic engine), I would like to switch to HTML5. However, I have ...
9
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1answer
857 views

Information about rendering, batches, the graphical card, performance etc. + XNA?

I know the title is a bit vague but it's hard to describe what I'm really looking for, but here goes. When it comes to CPU rendering, performance is mostly easy to estimate and straightforward, but ...
4
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1answer
405 views

How to use caching to increase render performance?

First of all I am going to cover the basic design of my 2d tile-based engine written with SDL in C++, then I will point out what I am up to and where I need some hints. Concept of my engine My ...
1
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1answer
147 views

Only apply Advanced Graphics on high FPS Dynamically

I wonder why not prevent lags by only appying advanced optional graphics stuff when the FPS are high at time. So The game could use simpler or even no shaders and skip decorative models some time. It ...
3
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3answers
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How many BasicEffects do you have in a Game? What is the best way to render multiple objects/shapes at once?

I'm trying to understand 3D rendering and it seems that everytime you render a new object (A 3D Cube or something) you need to have a new BasicEffect for each Box you render unless you want the exact ...
2
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2answers
550 views

Can frequent state changes decrease rendering performance?

Can frequent texture and shader binding decrease rendering performance? "Frequent" binding example: for object for material in object render part of object using that material "Low count" ...
2
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1answer
400 views

Can using different vertex-buffers for each vertex-attributes be good in certain scenarios?

Is there scenarios where this is actually good practice? Or does it slow down performance? Example: //Vertex format is: //X, Y, U, V var myXYs:Vector.<Number> = new <Number>[ -1, -1, ...
5
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1answer
727 views

Java rendering performance bottlenecks

I've read a lot of forums about making 3D games in Java but I was unable to build a full picture of how it performs in video games. I know that it works smoothly for small and average size games, but ...
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8answers
414 views

Is it useful to monitor framerate over the course of an arbitrary (but long) period of time?

How useful is it to keep a measurement of framerate over the course of long times (such as an hour) spanning multiple scenes/data environments? I've had plenty of times where data throttling/pushing ...
10
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4answers
9k views

Preferred way to render text in OpenGL

I'm about to pick up computer graphics once again for an university project. For a previous project I used a library called FTGL that didn't leave me quite satisfied as it felt kind of heavy (I tried ...