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How was this Game Rendered? #481106
08/06/20 19:30
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It's not exactly related to shaders, but I wrote up an article on how I rendered this small project in a unique way.
How was this Game Rendered?
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Re: How was this Game Rendered? [Re: Dooley] #481110
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Hey!

Interesting article (I liked paradox visuals too). So after reading it, I wanted to try Horror in the Museum out.
It runs with around 4-7 fps on my machine, I bet that's not intentional?

My specs
CPU: Core i7 3770
RAM: 8 gb
GPU: RX580 4gb

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Re: How was this Game Rendered? [Re: 3run] #481120
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Same here. GPU usage:%40 CPU usage:%12. Result:5 fps.

Specs:R5 2600 & RX 590

Re: How was this Game Rendered? [Re: Dooley] #481122
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Runs fine here, but i would love to try the higher resolution version. Also the one with perpendicular lines look awesome too.


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Re: How was this Game Rendered? [Re: Dooley] #481125
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Maybe it's caused by use of AMD GPUs ? Quad, are you using NVIDIA?


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Re: How was this Game Rendered? [Re: Dooley] #481134
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Hmmm.... Are you absolutely sure it is the FPS, or could it be the stuttering effect of the drawn vertices? They are switching directions every few frames, and that might appear to be the frame rate.

I'm not doubting the possibility of this, but I just want to eliminate this explanation before moving forward.

Thanks for trying it by the way!

I have an Nvidia GTX 770. I will put in a frame rate counter, so I can see more clearly what's happening.

Re: How was this Game Rendered? [Re: Dooley] #481136
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Originally Posted by Dooley
Hmmm.... Are you absolutely sure it is the FPS, or could it be the stuttering effect of the drawn vertices? They are switching directions every few frames, and that might appear to be the frame rate.
I used RivaTuner Statistics Server to check framerate + CPU and GPU usage, and it gave me around 4-7 fps.


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Re: How was this Game Rendered? [Re: Dooley] #481137
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@3run,
yep i have a rtx2070 and i7-9750H on my laptop

i also thought it might be rx5xx series. Maybe they do not support hw acceleration on drawing lines.

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Re: How was this Game Rendered? [Re: Dooley] #481138
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Okay, I uploaded a test version that displays the full resolution game at 1280 x 720, without the old-school pixel shader.

It also has a frame-rate counter in the upper left corner. I am getting about 29-30 fps.

https://schmidt-workshops.itch.io/the-horror-in-the-museum

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Re: How was this Game Rendered? [Re: Dooley] #481139
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Just tested it and it starts with around 100 fps and drops down very fast... Like in 10 seconds it's became 4 fps.


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