This is a port of the well-known Qt 5 Cinematic Experience demo to be functional with the QRhi-based rendering path of Qt Quick in Qt 5.14. Everything, including shader effects and particles are expected to be functional regardless of running on Vulkan, Metal, D3D11 or OpenGL.
It also includes support for the experimental Direct 3D 12 backend of Qt 5.8. This is less significant now because that particular backend is likely to become deprecated and even removed in Qt 6, as it is superseded by the QRhi-based approach.
Original readme below.
This UX demo application presents some graphical features of Qt5. The name 'Cinematic Experience' reflects how it's possible to build user interfaces with increased dynamics.
To run this application you need relatively recent build of Qt5:
There are two different ways to run the application:
- If your target platform contains 'qmlscene' binary, just use it:
cd Qt5_CinematicExperience [path to Qt5]/qtbase/bin/qmlscene Qt5_CinematicExperience.qml
- Alternatively, a simple launcher is provided to start the application:
cd Qt5_CinematicExperience [path to Qt5]/qtbase/bin/qmake make ./Qt5_CinematicExperience
The run application in fullscreen mode, use '--fullscreen' parameter for qmlscene or launcher. If you want to tweak the window resolution, modify 'width' and 'height' properties in Qt5_CinematicExperience.qml
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