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APEX 1.2.4 is available for download

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NVIDIA has released APEX SDK 1.2.4, which contains several minor bug-fixes.

Update: APEX 1.2.5 available

This version is compatible with latest PhysX SDK 3.2.4

APEX SDK 1.2.4 – Release Notes

  • APEX Framework 1.2.4
    • EditorWidgets header files added to binary distributions.
    • Added more asset previews for consistency.
    • PS3 gcc support has been deprecated in APEX 1.2.4 in favor of SNC. The gcc version is still included but not supported.
    • Fixed some allocations that were not going through the user-supplied allocator.
  • APEX Destruction 1.2.4
    • Fixed contacts not getting detected between PhysX bodies and destructibles when using GRB.
  • APEX Clothing 1.2.4
    • Fixed issues with teleport and reset.
    • Fixed a crash in tangent computations.
    • Fixed an issue where tangent results were different for skinned tangents.
  • APEX Turbulence / Particles 1.2.4
    • Fixed a rare condition issue due to improper scene locking with PhysX 3.2.x in turbulence.
    • Fixed GPU memory leak with turbulence/convex collision.
    • Fixed an LOD issue with ParticleIOS that could cause a crash.
Downloads

NVIDIA APEX SDK 1.2.4 can be downloaded through Developer Support Center (our registration guide).

Written by Zogrim

August 17th, 2013 at 2:59 am

2 Responses to 'APEX 1.2.4 is available for download'

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  1. New Physx titles for the list:

    Payday 2
    Alien Rage? (TWIMTBP, UE 3 engine)
    Lords of the Fallen (debut trailer has Physx logo, TWIMTBP)

    P.S. sorry for offtopic. :]

      

    Bro

    20 Aug 13 at 6:37 pm

  2. Bro: sorry for offtopic

    You can use following topic at our forums to report PhysX based titles

    Otherwise, thanks for info, nice catch)

      

    Zogrim

    20 Aug 13 at 11:12 pm


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