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Maybe someone knows where I could find info on these? Don''t want to jump directly to EXT specs. ______________________________ Madman

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It''s an ARB spec, so you can dive into it

I''ve seen one on www.opengl.org, I suppose it''s not the only one around... try google, www.nvidia.com, www.ati.com...

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Delphi 3d has a pretty good overview of it, along with the gl spec it should be all you need.

http://www.delphi3d.net/glext/

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actualy if you cared to look into extension spec you would see that there are nice full examples how to use it (c++ code) in various ways...

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yea just looked at them, does using vertex buffer objects give a substantial gain in performance over vertex arrays?

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AS far as I''ve seen in opengl.org advanced forums, vbo performace is same, somtimes even better than vao

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quote:
Original post by dopeflow
yea just looked at them, does using vertex buffer objects give a substantial gain in performance over vertex arrays?



Vertex arrays are client side, VBO are server side.
VA = RAM, VBO = Graphic RAM.

So it can be way faster.


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