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Re: [pygame] Re: Is Pygame suitable for full HD games?
I've never heard of Love2d but I'm checking it out now.
If you are interested in keeping us posted on your progress, I'm
interested in hearing about it! I have studied Lua a bit and am
curious to use it, but haven't had a reason yet to dig in.
On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 8:53 AM, Luis Morcillo <luismorcillo@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I tried it but I couldn't get it to 60fps :(
> Thanks a lot for your time and your help, but I think I'm moving to
> Löve2D, which seems to suit beter my needs.
> Good luck with your projects! :)
> On Feb 7, 9:02 am, René Dudfield <ren...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> it's generally best to avoid HWSURFACE, since on many platforms it is not
>> worth it or just falls back to software.
>> On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 12:04 AM, Silver <rockac...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > If you blit to a separate image, then it to the screen, I think you
>> > aren't taking advantage of the HWSURFACE flag. If somebody else could
>> > confirm this is correct, please do.
>> > To set a surface to have the HWSURFACE flag, you need to create the
>> > surface with it:
>> > image = pygame.Surface((1920,1080), pygame.HWSURFACE)
>> > then just blit it as normal.
>> > I hope this answers your questions,
>> > Silver
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