Author Topic: 2012/08/26 - Blockland r1715  (Read 41065 times)

I have a intel core i3 and still cant run sharers/shadows. Is there any hope in the future for myself and others included?

I have a intel core i3 and still cant run sharers/shadows. Is there any hope in the future for myself and others included?

i think he's explained multiple times that intel cards are the source of the problem, not CPUs.

i think he's explained multiple times that intel cards are the source of the problem, not CPUs.
What do you mean. Sorry you're going to have to go slow with me I don't know anything about computers.


My console says "EXT_Texture3D? NO". Shaders still don't work though.

My console says "EXT_Texture3D? NO". Shaders still don't work though.
this is because EXT_Texture3D won't work

notice the "NO"


I'm still missing this:
Code: [Select]
EXT_texture_array

Just kidding I get the error
ERROR: Function 'shadowCoef' is called by not defined in vertex shader.
ERROR: renderCsm_prog shader compilation failed, disabled shaders
FUS RO DAH. I was so excited :(
« Last Edit: August 26, 2012, 08:35:37 PM by Brian Smithers »

Just kidding I get the error
ERROR: Function 'sahdowCoef' is called by not defined in vertex shader.
ERROR: renderCsm_prog shader compilation failed, disabled shaders
FUS RO DAH. I was so excited :(
"sahdow"


What do you mean. Sorry you're going to have to go slow with me I don't know anything about computers.


Intel graphics card are pretty terrible and come default with a lot of machines that aren't supposed to do a lot of things that rely on graphics, where as Intel core processors, which process and computes, are said to be good.

CPU = computer processing unit, or just processor.

GPU = graphics processing units, or just video/graphics card.



Intel graphics card are pretty terrible and come default with a lot of machines that aren't supposed to do a lot of things that rely on graphics, where as Intel core processors, which process and computes, are said to be good.

CPU = computer processing unit, or just processor.

GPU = graphics processing units, or just video/graphics card.
Ahh I see, this makes more sense to me know. Thank you