Stargate Space Conflict is a mod developed & published by Phoenix Interactive wich aims to recreate the universe of the Stargate Franchise into Homeworld2

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Community Poll - Unique graphics or not ?
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Erayser Feb 9 2014, 5:38am says:

OPTION 1 - Let's keep the unique and realistic render, made with your last modifications

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Erayser Feb 9 2014, 5:39am says:

OPTION 2 - Even if it's not that good for Homeworld2, I prefer the parallax render.

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megas Feb 9 2014, 7:21am says:

would be nice to see a video of each in action so we can properly see the difference

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Forloftol Feb 9 2014, 5:22pm says:

...I'm actually interested as to why you said IPS and not FPS? It just seems really odd to me.

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Erayser Feb 10 2014, 12:22pm replied:

The word "ips" means image per second, even in English. It is the classification used in Canada and France.. Where "fps" refers to in-game renders, "ips" refers to videos, movies and so on...

The problem here is not about "fps" because we said it's about "ips". Therefore, it's not an in-game problem. If it was an in-game problem, we should have used the word "fps". We encountered a little problem with our software to render the video. Even Sony Vegas Pro is about "ips", not "fps".
Perhaps, we can use both classifications. 40% of our team come from Canada (both sides) and France. That means, sometimes, we don't use the same classifications as the ones used in United States.

I hope you will understand it.

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Raygoza Feb 9 2014, 6:28pm says:

Would be good if you were able to pick version for yourself.

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