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Something similar to rtzen, in which shaders are created visualy, by adding elements and tweaking properties. That package will be released for US$1995.00, is there anything similar on SourceForge for example, that tries to design shaders in the same way? Jester Says: Visit Positronic Dreams!
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I don''t know, in m point of view, if I am capable of producing quality shaders using their toolset, then i should imply that would hold the knowledge to implement them manually...

Don''t get me wrong I love the idea of quickly developing shaders, but like you, I would not spend money on it (certainly not THAT much)...

I though ati and nvidia had their own shader apps..

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At the minute the closest you will probably come is either FX Composer from nVidia or RenderMonkey from ATi. They''re not difficult to use but they do require some coding - i.e. they aren''t just about slapping stuff together in a purely visual fashion.

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