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Fastestcodes



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Fastestcodes 13 Jun 2022, 07:32
Hi all!
Hi can we do this?
Open 32MB pic0.raw
Copy to memory m0
...
Open pic31.raw
Copy to memory m31
Label1
Show m0 on screen for 33ms
show m1...
show m31 on screen 33ms
jmp Label 1
end.

Animation on screen from memory. Thx.
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revolution 13 Jun 2022, 09:52
Step 1: Upload the data into the GPU memory.
Step 2: Select a new frame each 33ms

Are you sure the files are only 32MB?
8k * 4k * RGB = 96MB or RGBA = 128MB
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Fastestcodes



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Fastestcodes 13 Jun 2022, 10:44
Yes. Grayscale pics.
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Fastestcodes 13 Jun 2022, 10:47
I have no 1+GB Gpu mem. Acdsee and Irfanwiev are slow, only 2-4 pic/s from Imdisk ramdrive.
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Overclick 13 Jun 2022, 15:56
Look at d2d interfaces, it's fast enough.
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bitRAKE 13 Jun 2022, 15:57
StretchBlit can convert the grayscale to your native screen format, from your WM_PAINT message handler. You can force an update by invalidating the window at interval. (this would probably not be fast enough though)

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Fastestcodes



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Fastestcodes 14 Jun 2022, 16:31
Around 2s. Bitblt 1,5s. I have no Fasm example prog for picture wiev, Masm32 only(jpg,png).
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macomics 14 Jun 2022, 18:17
So you would ask for help with translating them to fasm.
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bitRAKE 15 Jun 2022, 04:38
You could start with something similar, and adapt it to your needs? There are probably other examples on the board. Or, perhaps the directX example in the fasm distribution?

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Overclick 15 Jun 2022, 06:10
Quote:

the directX example in the fasm distribution

Do you mean DirectDraw? It's too old and doesn't support hardware acceleration.

Direct2D is the best choice. You can start from here: https://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=21951
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Fastestcodes 15 Jun 2022, 16:18
Acdsee 1-3 pic/s. 3 pics are very fast in slideshow, play from memory. 4+ pics are slow. Faster than Bitblt.
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Overclick



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Overclick 15 Jun 2022, 17:42
Just tried upscale my projects window up to 8K. It eats a lot of ram and quite heavy for my old PC. Animation about 4-6 frames per second. But I use a bunch of layers on it and ram is busy it have to swap.


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I 17 Jun 2022, 00:10
Overclick wrote:

Do you mean DirectDraw? It's too old and doesn't support hardware acceleration.

Direct2D is the best choice. You can start from here: https://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=21951


IINM the OP is using XP and XP doesn't support Direct2D AFAIK.
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Overclick 17 Jun 2022, 09:49
XP for 8K? Strange decision. Does XP have any video drivers to support that size? Multiscreen only I guess.
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Furs 17 Jun 2022, 14:07
I guess he could use D3D9 then. But DirectDraw should be hardware accelerated on XP, no idea if it supports 8k though.
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