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Scene3D QML has multisample property. If it is used all 3d scene gets anti-aliased, but it slows down my app including GUI on not so powerful android tablets
In fact I don't need anti-aliasing for whole scene so I wonder how one can apply anti-aliasing for just a few layers where I need it?
Something like this (but it doesn't work):
m_layerFilterExtra = new QLayerFilter(); m_layerFilterExtra->addLayer(layerSun); m_layerFilterExtra->addLayer(layerObject); renderStateSet = new QRenderStateSet(); renderStateSet->addRenderState(new QNoDepthMask()); renderStateSet->addRenderState(new QMultiSampleAntiAliasing()); renderStateSet->setParent(m_layerFilterExtra); m_layerFilterExtra->setParent(cameraSelector);
And another question how FXAA can be used instead of multisampling. FXAA is mentioned in qt3dstudio https://doc.qt.io/qt3dstudio/fxaa-effect.html
Thanks in advanced for help!
With regards, Oleg.