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comment What is framerate-independent motion?
It's always smoother and better to have your draw loop @60fps, however, your update loop doesn't have to be this fast. Also on slower machines it might not even be possible (depending on the type of game etc) Also, 30 fps on my machine doesn't have to be exactly the same as on your machine. This depends on the clock cycle of the cpu.
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comment How can I render 3D dots at object vertex positions?
I've implemented this using a basic shader with a single vertex and pixel shader pass. Works like a charm.
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accepted How can I render 3D dots at object vertex positions?
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comment How can I render 3D dots at object vertex positions?
This works like a charm, didn't think of something this simple thanks
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revised How can I render 3D dots at object vertex positions?
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comment How can I render 3D dots at object vertex positions?
I think I'm using directx 9
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asked How can I render 3D dots at object vertex positions?
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comment Should I use threads to check sockets for multiplayer game?
In my experience with C# socket sending and receiving can be either synchronously or asynchronously. The first would need its own thread since it would block the game loop. The second uses threads in its own and therefore doesn't need you to create one.
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comment How to nerf something without the player community hating you?
If your game is only fun for players just because they can exploit this inbalance, maybe you should make it more fun?
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comment What is faster - loop in shader vs draw-call
I've understood from a friend of mine working as a game developer that a for loop in a shader is a performance killer. Its faster to render the entire scene multiple times then using a loop. Maybe you can find more info on the subject by taking a look at deferred shading.