Author Topic: Putting Corona frame buffer into Max viewport  (Read 1411 times)

2014-09-02, 17:29:46

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Is it possible to put the Corona frame buffer inside a Max viewport (while rendering) to keep the console tidy?

Please see enclosed image as an idea.

2016-07-27, 21:17:11
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Hi.

You can use EXTENDED VIEWPORT / CORONA INTERACTIVE RENDERER.

See on this video:

2016-07-28, 11:00:31
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Ondra

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Well, it wasn't possible in 2014 when OP asked the question... ;)
Rendering is magic.
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