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Thread: Why the fight for GPU rendering when Unreal bridge is available and free

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    Even with hardware raytracing coming along, I think it's going to be a long time before we see a real, general purpose renderer in hardware. Right now, RT in hardware is a mix of rasterizing and some reflections in shaders.

    Also, GPU rendering and a game engine, are stilll two really different things. Not saying it's bad, just not the most ideal for a renderer. That doesn't keep people from using it of course.

    Actually, "long time" is the wrong choice of words. We'll probably see it in blender in a couple of weeks.
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    I'd like to see what the OP asked, I was hoping for a magic way to do it, magic being legacy stuff.
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