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How can you change graphics options (anti-aliasing, texture quality, etc.) of a 3D game with GDScript?
(It must work in the exported game, not only in the Godot editor.)

asked Jul 8 in Engine by Liemaeu (98 points)

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Most graphics settings can be changed at run-time by calling methods in VisualServer or modifying properties in the Environment resource currently in use. See this script for an example.

Godot supports shrinking all textures by a 2× factor, but keep in mind this also affects 2D elements. Note that texture quality generally doesn't impact FPS noticeably, so I would leave it as-is at first.

answered Jul 9 by Calinou (6,560 points)
selected Jul 9 by Liemaeu
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