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Can i deal with DX9 and DX11 at the same time?

Generally it is possible to render with the old DX9 pipeline and new DX11 pipeline in the same patch.

You just have to handle the rendered result over to the other pipeline as shared texture (see the modules DX9ToDX11 (DX11.Texture 2d) in the dx11 pack or As shared Texture, DX11-> DX9 for the other way round).

But be aware that the performance might not be good, when both pipelines have to wait for eachother. Depending hardly on what you do, you migth have noticeable framedrops at random while PerfMeter (Debug) tells you vvvv is only waiting for the mainloop! In some cases using multiple instances of vvvv can increase your framerate massively, as both pipelines then render asynchronously via an individual cpu thread.

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~16h ago

u7angel: @domj, sure

~16h ago

domj: @u7angel: nice! How about the talk later at 7?

~16h ago

u7angel: vvvv-gamma-presentation will be streamed on twitch, starts 2pm, channel name is vvvv gamma

~20h ago

joreg: vvvv heads in #hamburg #kiel: if you're bored this thursday, please come join us for a workshop and/or talk: vvvv-gamma-presentation

~2d ago

sebescudie: @teckor: maybe ui-plugin ?

~2d ago

tekcor: wasn't there a contribution for making native windows GUIs?

~3d ago

joreg: Looking for a #vvvv job in #berlin? don't miss this one: https://discourse.vvvv.org/t/looking-for-vvvv-artists-permanent-in-berlin/17448

~3d ago

domj: vvvv gamma audio input with Naudio https://youtu.be/iBRZ3tsc_BI

~4d ago

microdee: @tonfilm: hehehe, apply water to the burnt area :D