2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 18, 2016 9:24 PM by little fat girl

    WebGL Anti-aliasing.

    little fat girl Level 1

      So, I love the WebGL export. I get blazing speed compared with canvas (which is awesome). But the aliasing is horrible (at least in the chrome browser I'm using).

       

      Is there a way to either a) switch on anti-aliasing (I think this may be up to the browser) or b) render the content at 2x and then scale it down by 1/2 to force some anti-aliasing?

       

      Can anybody shed some expertise on this? I would love to use this for animations on the web.

       

      Thanks!