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Anybody waiting for RenderMonkey 1.5

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Will surely be a nice tool!! But doesn''t have MRT support with version 1.5... :-(

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Yep, sitting and waiting myself.
ATI''s GLSL support has gotten alot better of late (4.4 drivers are a MUST for anyone wanting to use it due to a few bug fixes) so this will be a welcome program to help.

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Yeah, early April was it? Maybe it was April 1st and they are still lauging at us. Still checking thair site every day... sigh.

PCI-Express? Unless you''re doing HDTV video editing why do you need it? With cards having 128MB+ nowadays and nobody rendering out of system memory anyway, the only thing you''re going to get with PCI-Express are faster load times?

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Seems like at this point in time, it still hasn''t been publicaly released.

However, a new book called "Shaders For Game Programmers and Artists" focuses on the use of RM 1.5 and includes a copy on its CD-ROM. The book itself should be on the shelves in a week or so.

Here is a link

http://www.premierpressbooks.com/ptr_detail.cfm?group=Game Development&all=1&bf=0&isbn=1-59200-092-4

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Seems like at this point in time, it still hasn''t been publicaly released.

However, a new book called "Shaders For Game Programmers and Artists" focuses on the use of RM 1.5 and includes a copy on its CD-ROM. The book itself should be on the shelves in a week or so.

Here is a link

http://www.premierpressbooks.com/ptr_detail.cfm?group=Game Development&all=1&bf=0&isbn=1-59200-092-4


I guess that will be the only way to get it if your not a registered developer with ATI since it''s been over a month since it was supposed to be out it seems and they even said it''d be available on 3Dlabs website but I haven''t found anything except some cool opengl shader demos there.

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