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GoingNative 25: Visual Studio Graphics Frame Analysis

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Don't be thrown off by the length of this video! OSG Dev Adrian Tsai gives a thoroughly engaging presentation that will please graphics noobs (like myself) and advanced users alike! Learn about what's up and coming with Visual Studio's Graphics Frame Analysis Tool (also referred to as Offline Analysis in the presentation), which can save graphics developers significant time in producing better graphics with more resources and recourse than just individual trial-and-error of different filters and methods.

Graphics developers, look forward to using the tool in VS2013 Update 2! For the rest of you, enjoy some edification on what's involved in techniques and tradeoffs for good graphics!


Warning: Video may contain......wait for it......graphic content.

The only thing getting blown away in this video is your mind when you learn something new =)


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  • RicodeRicode

    Really liked it, hope to see more stuff graphics related.

  • Any chance the slides and sample app can be made available?

  • SriniSrini

    Another great session! Looking forward to more sessions on Visual C++, Win32 API and anything on native makes my brain happy!!

  • @artcodex:Sorry for the late reply! (I saw and forwarded your request soon after you commented but neglected to mention anything.) We've been in the process of getting permissions. Hope things work out!

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