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Old 11-10-2002, 01:11 AM   #1
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slow real time :( in LW 7.5

I was testing out the real time rate of LW and am a little disappointed. I had a scene with a character being animated and timed length of time that it took to play the scene. I then imported the same model, but inanimate from a different scene (without the lights). I then timed it again, obviously the time was longer, but about 2.5x longer. I then hid the mesh of the second object and timed it again, and it was still slow at 2x the original time. Does that make senese that it is that slow even when the second model was hidden only showing the non-hidden bones? How does a person manage things of there is more than one model in the scene?

Thanks in advance
Old 11-10-2002, 01:54 AM   #2
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was wondering same thing about performance with modeling.
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