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    I created a project which runs perfectly on my pc, but lagging on another pc,
    Below is the link, and i also want to know how many vertex and polycount is idle to run applications on mobile devices smoothly.

    I am using I5 3rd Gen + GTX 1060
    while others pc is 17 7th Gen + Gtx 710 

    There any solution so that my application uses the power of both CPU and GPU?

    https://cdn.soft8soft.com/AROAJSY2GOEHMOFUVPIOE:4a0017f51a/applications/lobby/lobby.html(WASD KEY FOR MOVEMENT)



    for low-end hardware such as Gtx 710 or mobile devices you should consider optimizing your scenes removing post-effects and shadows, making simpler shaders, lower-res textures, lower poly count etc.

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    Please check attached 2 links with vertex and poly count,  project one with high poly and vertex count run smoothly as compared to project 2 with really low poly and vertex. :scratch: :wacko:  

    PROJECT 1:
    LINK: http://myvirtuvent.online/#

    PROJECT 2: (Low FPS)
    LINK: https://cdn.soft8soft.com/AROAJSY2GOEHMOFUVPIOE:4a00ds17f51a/applications/lobby_2/lobby.html


    can it be that you use post-effects, or big shadow maps, or too big textures?

    Chief 3D Verger | LinkedIn | Twitter


    No post effect
    No shadow map
    Texture 1024 x 1024


    Many of them more than 1k. For example this. (see pics below)
    You also have a lot of texture and even 1024×1024 is too much for them. Try to lower them to 256×256 and decrease amount of textures for the whole scene by combining them or reuse. Some of them also in png, better to convert them to jpg.

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    Co-founder and lead graphics specialist at Soft8Soft.


    ok thank for suggestion :good:

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