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Old 25 October 2009, 02:05   #1
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The Ladybug demo shows the results of a new approach to simulating lens-accurate depth-of-field effects based on real-world parameters of focal length and focus distance. This technique is made possible by the ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series of graphics processors and the Microsoft DirectX 11 and Direct Compute 11 technologies. Depth-of-field is used in feature films by cinematographers to subtly guide a viewer’s attention through a shot or to heighten the emotion of a scene.

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Old 25 October 2009, 07:08   #2
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Is there anyway to make these so they can run on DX10.1 cards? I'm able to run the Unigine demos but neither of the ATI demos will even start. "No supported graphics card....."
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Erm, I'm not sure. Try to edit Sushi.ini and set display.d3d11Required to false.

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Erm, I'm not sure. Try to edit Sushi.ini and set display.d3d11Required to false.
Working out a way to actually change the setting. "Access denied" is what I'm getting so far.

EDIT: Managed to change the Sushi.ini file with "false" as recommended. Still fails....
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=== Sushi 3.2 Build 100 (Compiled on Oct 16 2009 18:28:11)

[ 3:44:49] Unable to get audio driver name: No errors.
[ 3:44:49] 16:10 monitor detected
[ 3:44:50] Screen resolution is 1680x1050
.\D3D11\SuD3D11WindowManager.cpp(190) : [ 3:44:50] ERROR: Error while trying to create D3D11 device!
.\SuEngine.cpp(343) : [ 3:45:05] CRITICAL: Error creating 3D window.
[ 3:45:05] Peak memory usage: 1.04 MB
[ 3:45:05] Current memory usage: 1.04 MB
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EDIT: May be a silly question, but, what if I copied over a SushiCoreD3D10.dll from a previous ATI Demo?


EDIT2: Hahaha...guess what!? I actually got a screen and, the demo was actually running! I just couldn't see anything other than the splash screen.


EDIT3: I was able to generate an error log again... Still got the Splash Screen showing the Yellow flower and the Ladybug....
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=== Sushi 3.2 Build 100 (Compiled on Oct 16 2009 18:28:11)

[ 3:44:49] Unable to get audio driver name: No errors.
[ 3:44:49] 16:10 monitor detected
[ 3:44:50] Screen resolution is 1680x1050
.\D3D11\SuD3D11WindowManager.cpp(190) : [ 3:44:50] ERROR: Error while trying to create D3D11 device!
.\SuEngine.cpp(343) : [ 3:45:05] CRITICAL: Error creating 3D window.
[ 3:45:05] Peak memory usage: 1.04 MB
[ 3:45:05] Current memory usage: 1.04 MB
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i guess based on that, we really need dx11 cards to run it due to directcompute
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i guess based on that, we really need dx11 cards to run it due to directcompute
Yes, it seems to be hardware locked to DX11 cards only. Guess I'll have to be content to view some videos of it for now.
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