Hey I resently installed Stellarum on Windows 8 comsumer priview, and it is
working,... buutt… only with 0.5fps!!! this is horrible… and I have no idea
what I should do...
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Such frame rates indicate that the video driver you are using does not support
OpenGL acceleration. The same thing was the case with early Vista and Windows
7 drivers. It seems that the video card vendors spend some time to try to get
acceleration working with directX, but leave OpenGL for later.
What you can do is:
Install the latest driver for you video card from the video card manufacturers site.
If it still doesn't work, complain - their perception is that OpenGL isn't important because less games use it than used to. Tell them you are not happy, and maybe they will increase the priority of supporting OpenGL.
Thanks for your replay. Nvidia has already published a driver for Windows 8,
and it worked now there are 40fps.
ughh ... windows 8 ... ATI Radeon 2600 XT .... stars are all large multiple image triangles. Look like UFO's ... Driver is latest available ... so that's no help.
The same happened with me :(
Stars look like UFO1s
ATI 4570 / Windows 8 / C2D 2.4 GHZ / 4GB RAM
Same here.....0.5 FPS although benchmark with Unigene Heaven renders 12 FPS using OpenGL
Here is the benchmark details:
Min FPS: 6.1
Max FPS: 20.0
Platform: Windows NT 6.2 (build 9200) 32bit
CPU model: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU P8600 @ 2.40GHz (1826MHz) x2
GPU model: Microsoft Basic Render Driver 8.970.100.3000/ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4500/5100 Series ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4500/5100 Series (512MB) x1
Mode: 1366x768 fullscreen
I do believe that graphic requirements are comparably fairly low than that of Unigene's Benchmark at Low quality.
easily you can resolve it
Same nonsense with latest email announcing version 0.12.1....triangles surrounding stars, etc. I have the latest drivers installed so that excuse doesn't work. Fix the real problem whatever it is.
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