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RussianMissile1 4th August, 2004 12:37 AM

Temporal Anti-Aliasing
i just found this setting as a checkbox in my display properties window thing.
i'm just wondering on what it means.

karbon86 4th August, 2004 03:21 AM

i have no idea but here is a earlier thread dealing with Temporal AA

keithwalton 4th August, 2004 11:20 AM

there are several patterns in which anti aliasing is done, and there isnt one that is perfect for all situations. Temporal anti-aliasing rotates through these patterns. It can either use two or three sets. It can effectively double the aa amount with little impact on performance.
Although there are problems. It appears vsync has to be on. and artifacts appear below 60fps. I've tried it playing lfs and it does look good real good and performance hit is minimal (apart from it bouncing on the two vsyncs) it's been avaliable as a addon feature since cat 4.4 i think. If you use omega drivers with radlink you can fully customise it all

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