Re: [PanoToolsNG] First Flash 11 panorama engine on display
- Thank you Isaac, looking forward to your tests with your netbook. I dug out my old and de-commissioned Compaq laptop, and it too ran on 8-9 fps, and the pano behaved pretty much like a standard Flash 10 pano. Even though F11 makes magic, it still can't make old hardware work better.
TraustiOn Wed, Oct 5, 2011 at 2:55 AM, Isaac Garcia <coletassoft@...> wrote:
I´m not getting very good results, but then again the graphics card here at work is utter crap. Can´t even use the gpu bits in Photoshop.
Some numbers: "current fps" usually around 8.5-9, "average fps" about 20 (but only because when stopped "current" goes to 60) "memory" 85-90.
I´ll try again when I get back home and with the netbook too.
Cheers from Madrid.
- Here is something that should bring more machines up-to-date and enable them to get the benefits of Flash 11:========================================================================================================
According to the release notes, the new Catalyst 11.11 drivers enable GPU accelerated Stage 3D API and Stage 3D applications across all Radeon HD GPUs as well as A- and E-series APUs.Check out AMD's full release notes for more details about the update, including supported hardware and known issues that are yet to be resolved, or hit the appropriate link below to download AMD's Catalyst 11.11.========================================================================================================Hopefully this will be of help to many.
TraustiOn Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 11:40 AM, Ken Warner <kwarner000@...> wrote:
Tried it on Chrome -- about 30 fps in average browser window about the same full screen. The frame rate is dependent on the window size. Bigger window -- slower frame rate.
Win7 64; Intel GX45 integrated chip
> blueslander wrote:
>> The following link allows you to test our Flash 11 panorama engine.
>> This is a first look, so don't expect anything fancy. You need to
>> install the latest Flash version (11) which was released yesterday.
>> Fullscreen is available from the context menu, as is the "Profiler"
>> where you can see the Frames Per Second and Mega bits used for the
>> display of flash content in the browser you are using.
>> If you reboot your browser and have nothing there but the pano, you
>> will be able to see that it only consumes a little over 1 MB of memory
>> and 0-2% of CPU (may be higher on some machines).
>> Current version will download with a black screen, then it will take a
>> while to decrypt... then finally display.
>> CTRL/SHIFT keys work for zoom, same does mouse wheel. Click/drag is
>> the traditional way.
>> Comments and questions are welcome.
>> Here is the link: http://goo.gl/72Bdl