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Work progress and public beta test - 0.9.7.4
Destructor1701Date: Saturday, 19.03.2016, 15:37 | Message # 1876
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Is it just me or is anyone else having pretty bad fps drops near black holes? And they also look kinda distorted.



Breno - that blackness in the distortion effect looks like a failure to render the off-camera views to the distortion shader - it's not rendering the skybox that the shader uses to bend light from objects outside your field of view. The lag is possibly coming from that process failing, too.

I'm not sure how that helps you... but I thought I ought to say what I saw.







Edited by Destructor1701 - Saturday, 19.03.2016, 15:39
 
SpaceHopperDate: Saturday, 19.03.2016, 16:28 | Message # 1877
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What is your specs? because that looks like your GPU is artifacting

My GPU is a Intel HD Graphics 5500, with 6223 MB under "Total Available Graphics Memory". Is that how I'm supposed to report it? 'Cause I've never had to look up my specs before.





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JackDoleDate: Saturday, 19.03.2016, 16:40 | Message # 1878
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Is that how I'm supposed to report it? 'Cause I've never had to look up my specs before.

The best method is to post the SE.log file. It is located in the folder \(SpaceEngine)\system. This file contains all the necessary information.





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Edited by JackDole - Saturday, 19.03.2016, 16:40
 
ElitecomentarisDate: Sunday, 20.03.2016, 00:42 | Message # 1879
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Hello, everyone. I've recently downloaded the RC1 and I've been looking for rocky planets with oxygen levels akin to those here on Earth, up to no avail. I'm wondering if such planets are currently non-existing or just really rare. And I'm talking about free-oxygen levels, not the oxygen on H20 which is actually commonly found on many planets.

Edited by Elitecomentaris - Sunday, 20.03.2016, 03:29
 
Donatelo200Date: Sunday, 20.03.2016, 03:24 | Message # 1880
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Pretty positive the lack of oxygen is a bug. It's fixed RC2 which has yet to be released




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ElitecomentarisDate: Sunday, 20.03.2016, 03:27 | Message # 1881
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Ah, that's good to know, thanks.
 
BrenoDate: Sunday, 20.03.2016, 03:31 | Message # 1882
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Quote Destructor1701 ()
Breno - that blackness in the distortion effect looks like a failure to render the off-camera views to the distortion shader - it's not rendering the skybox that the shader uses to bend light from objects outside your field of view. The lag is possibly coming from that process failing, too.

I'm not sure how that helps you... but I thought I ought to say what I saw.


Thanks! Apparently it was some corrupted file or something like that. I reinstalled SE and the strange rendering problem got solved, but the lag persists, and I just figured out that neutron stars have the same performance problem.
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Sunday, 20.03.2016, 12:37 | Message # 1883
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Pause time - SE will stop update the skybox used in distortion shader. Solitary black holes and neutron stars must have no performance drop, because their skybox updated once.




 
SnowfallDate: Monday, 21.03.2016, 22:15 | Message # 1884
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Are there any plans to improve the planet surface/cloud generators in the next update? Right now all the planets look the same after visiting like 5 of them, so far the only thing different between the generated planets are the colours and the size of a few select different features that just feel overly repeated everywhere. ^^;

also, a lot of smaller generated asteroids rotate all lopsided and off center. they spin really strange.





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JackDoleDate: Tuesday, 22.03.2016, 10:12 | Message # 1885
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Quote Snowfall ()
a lot of smaller generated asteroids rotate all lopsided and off center. they spin really strange.

Can you give an example? What's strange? Each object in space can rotate around 3 axes simultaneously. I think Spaceengine has only two parameters for this: 'RotationPeriod' and 'Precession'. This may look strange at an irregularly shaped body.





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Edited by JackDole - Tuesday, 22.03.2016, 10:15
 
cah9tlanDate: Tuesday, 22.03.2016, 13:53 | Message # 1886
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Quote Elitecomentaris ()
I've been looking for rocky planets with oxygen levels akin to those here on Earth, up to no avail. I'm wondering if such planets are currently non-existing or just really rare.


rocky planets without O2-producers but rich in free oxygen are chemically impossible cause O2 is to active to fly around just like that.

rocky planets with photosynthetic life and low oxygen levels are far from Earth chemistry and maybe an inaccuracy.


Edited by cah9tlan - Tuesday, 22.03.2016, 13:57
 
SnowfallDate: Tuesday, 22.03.2016, 19:16 | Message # 1887
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Can you give an example?


go to:
d2 Pup S389
d2 Pup S291
d2 Pup S110
d2 Pup C149
d2 Pup C158
d2 Pup C99

Once side is way off balance. and its not the shape of the rock that is making an illusion. watch them rotate around their center points.





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parameciumkidDate: Tuesday, 22.03.2016, 20:19 | Message # 1888
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It is true that the center of mass is not always where it looks like it should be, particularly for irregular, low-mass objects such as asteroids. It may well have large hollow spaces or dense metallic nodules inside that put the center of mass in odd positions.




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JackDoleDate: Tuesday, 22.03.2016, 21:18 | Message # 1889
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Quote Snowfall ()
a lot of smaller generated asteroids rotate all lopsided and off center

You're right. BUt I think that this is a natural limitation of the engine. SpaceEngineer this can probably explain better than I, but I think that SpaceEngine does not calculate the actual center of gravity of such an object. I suspect such a calculation would be very complicated.





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SpaceHopperDate: Tuesday, 22.03.2016, 23:07 | Message # 1890
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The best method is to post the SE.log file. It is located in the folder \(SpaceEngine)\system. This file contains all the necessary information.

Here it is.

Attachments: 1218125.log(60Kb)





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