[osg-users] frame rate management
praveen at darshansolutions.com
Tue Oct 23 09:47:26 PDT 2007
Didn't Performer have something of this kind? I do remember that there was a pfFrameRate. Not sure exactly what it did though.
From: "Paul Martz" <pmartz at skew-matrix.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 09:59:44
To:"'OpenSceneGraph Users'" <osg-users at lists.openscenegraph.org>
Subject: Re: [osg-users] frame rate management
Hi Robert -- I think he wants to specify a target framerate and have the
scene graph automatically adjust so that the target is achieved regardless
of the underlying hardware support. Something like what Fahrenheit was
supposed to do.
No, OSG does not provide any such capability.
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> Hi Santosh,
> These isn't a frame management issue, its entirely a database
> optimization issue.
> If you model does have LOD's then you can use the LODScale to
> select low res LOD children than would otherwise be chosen,
> but this isn't quite the what you are looking for by the
> sound of it - rather you want database tools.
> The OSG does have the osgUtil::Simplifier that can be used to
> simply geometry, but it doesn't do any high level merging of
> geometries or automatic generation of LODs.
> On 10/23/07, santosh <santosh at darshan3d.com> wrote:
> > Hi all
> > Can OSG provides any frame rate management like if we want
> more frame
> > rate than current frame rate.
> > for example
> > if any geometry takes 30 fps to render and we want 60 fps.
> > By using low resolution or using other methods.
> > Is there any such frame rate management OSG provides.
> > Thanks
> > Santosh
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