Anyone else got interesting ideas for postprocessing a capture of the 3D? - already suggested was antialiasing - you could do supersampled 2xAA at 30fps by rendering a buffer twice the size of the screen in 2 passes, then resampling it down with the CPU.
I suppose the capture system could be used for very constrained render-to-texture effects (shadows/reflection maps?) But in practice it would probably be better to have a software renderer for those things, to avoid the huge VRAM/framerate costs that could be involved?"
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