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Old 07-31-11, 02:05 PM   #9
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Default Re: Nvidia FXAA in console games using capture card

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Originally Posted by EciDemon View Post
Yes sir
FXAA is a post process AA filter designed primarily to reduce aliasing in differed rendering engines where msaa isn't compatible.

Having used it a lot in Age of Conan I think its pretty darn nice filter with a very small performance hit (less then 2x msaa) while still looking pretty good.

EDIT: HardOCP did a nice analysis of fxaa recently and compare it with the equivalence from Ati. It's some good read linky
This is done while playing? Or after capturing footage? I mean is it done live or is it like an effect I add to a video file.
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