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Doubt GSDX support
#1
I was wondering if GSDX supported fog!

Why?

game in Valkyrie2 e MagnaCarta, have screen have screen is fog!
that the picture is very bad and Slow!

In GSDX and Pcsx2 in last versions!
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#2
They are just bugs, Valkyrie Profile 2 just started getting in-game not long ago and it is one of the most difficult games to fix it seems. I can't comment on MagnaCarta cause I never played that game or don't have it for that matter. Fog has nothing to do with the slow-ness or bad quality, it is just a bug, even FFX have foggy places and it looks perfectly.

Just wait for the Devs to get around the issue and fix it.
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#3
Fog often uses some GS features that are hard or impossible to do in dx hardware.
Workarounds are being worked on.
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#4
The trouble of fog is in combination alpha + alpha-fail tests and color masking. This combination has no analog in PC world: alpha-fail could ignore some result of aplha test, this trick are used ofthenly for shadowing and blurring. Impressive, but emulated only in software mode (or by hackish way).
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(10-01-2009, 09:05 PM)rama Wrote: Fog often uses some GS features that are hard or impossible to do in dx hardware.
Workarounds are being worked on.

But, there's a way to correct, without Hack??


Another question.

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In other words, you have to use software mode to get it to work properly (slow) or you wait till a better solution is eventually found and thought up and implemented.
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