How do I prevent an effect from failing after export?

  • Hey everyone, normally I try to solve these on my own but I can't seem to figure this one out. I have applied a swirl effect onto a sprite to make it pretty, but it always glitches out after exporting it.

    This is what it looks like in preview using chrome:

    This is what it looks like after exporting to node webkit and android:

    What's really annoying is that if I use the node webkit preview, it appears just fine! Has anyone experienced this issue before? I would really appreciate any help/tips. Thank you!

  • What is your GPU?

    What does chrome://gpu say in chrome?

    Are there any errors in the browser console?

    What is it like in IE11 and Firefox?

    Are your drivers up to date?

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  • have you checked your exported folders image's maybe somethings going wrong if you are using a odd image size or something

  • Also, since so far it looks like the effect is static - it would be a VERY good idea to do it without shaders as they tend to eat a decent chunk of performance (also possible compatibility problems as we can see here).

  • What is your GPU?

    What does chrome://gpu say in chrome?

    Are there any errors in the browser console?

    What is it like in IE11 and Firefox?

    Are your drivers up to date?

    GPU is a GTX 860m

    Chrome runs it fine, but I will check that later today.

    Not that I know of. I'll check that too.

    IE11 runs everything in a lower resolution (unsure if that's normal?), firefox is fine as well.

    Yes, drivers are up to date.

    have you checked your exported folders image's maybe somethings going wrong if you are using a odd image size or something

    I can check that, the sprite is a 16x16 though, so I can't see the issue being image size.

    Also, since so far it looks like the effect is static - it would be a VERY good idea to do it without shaders as they tend to eat a decent chunk of performance (also possible compatibility problems as we can see here).

    This is a good suggestion, I just liked the look after the effect. What I do find odd though is that I have a few other effects on as well (another swirl, and a blur effect) and those have no issues at all.

    I'll have a look and play around with it more later today. Thanks everyone!

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