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hi I have a question How is a bullet time in 3d games? and do is a just physics engine for this work do is a tutorials or reference for runing bullet time in 3d game

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simplest way is divide the time-step you provide to the physics engine's iteration function. e.g.

const float slowFactor = 0.25; // 25% speed
const float timeStep = GetEngine().getFrameDeltaTime();

// in your physics update/game loop..
GetEngine().getPhysics()->work( (isBulletTime) ? timeStep * slowFactor : timeStep );

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thanks
in max payne
i saw slowly sound effects (for example music or shoting gun)
and alteration graphics
how is a this work

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The Hz at which your speakers vibrate is slowed down by a certain factor (for example, 1 / 0.25) All you need to do is to load a sound file, make sure you make it a few times longer, and play it.

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