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3D performances boost for Leopard

Apr. 11th, 2007 01:11 by Permalink | TrackBack: http://boursomac.com/trackback/407 — exists for 12 years & 2 weeks ago — — Sorry, this content is not available in english. - Thinksecret.

ThinkSecret reveals a team of Apple is actively working on a 3D and video code replacement for MAC OS X Leopard.

A brand new architecture along with a new API will replace the long-living -- and rather old actually -- existing code.

The team focusing on the video part is an additionnal team from those of QuickTime in order to get the maximum perfomance possible from the technology.

The 3D team, in turn, would have already got slightly improved performance with OpenGL so that ThinkSecret's source would have tell them that performances are now far better on Leopard than on a PC with similar components.

At the time of writing, no builds of Leopard released to developers, was containing such technology improvement; but sources said that the final version of Leorpard will have it.

Wow....



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