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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, ...
Jan 24 '12 at 2:48
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