View Full Version : what is anisotropic and bitmapcaching

30th September 1999, 12:52

30th September 1999, 15:16
Anisotropic is a cool thing to make graphics look better in applications which support it, it is implemented in hardware on the G400 for minimize mode only. No, I don't really know if that makes a difference either. Still cool, it's along the same lines as trilinear, bilinear etc. Have a look at the ReVolt demo.

Bitmapcaching is the caching of bitmaps? Means whatever the writer of the driver says it means.