DirectX 9.0 SDK v4.09.00.1058 July Update

Microsoft DirectX 9.0 SDK - "July 2003 Update - Beta 1"

This release contains new versions of the D3DX library (17th April - v4.09.00.1058). The new features contained are support for shader model 2.0 with capability bits on, and new animation system updates. The support for shader model 2 allows the High-Level Shader Language (HLSL) to enable flow control via predication to reduce the amount of instructions needed to run advanced shaders. For information on the what is supported in shader model 2.0, refer to the DirectX 9.0 SDK reference documentation. The animation system adds functionality for looping, callback functions, event quering, and more advanced animation cloning functionality.

The Direct3D team now has a team of engineers that are specifically addressing the issue of creating development tools to make it easier for you the developer to make use of Direct3D in an optimal way. This includes many updates to the DirectX extensions for Visual Studio .Net 2003, and extended support for DirectX Texture Tool. And this release includes the all of the DirectX 9.0a Developer runtime enhancements.

System Requirements

Windows XP, Windows 9x, Windows ME, Windows 2000

Size: 359.40 MB

View: Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0 SDK - July 2003 Update - Beta 1

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