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  1. Say you have a project that loads has a large number of meshes, for example furniture, each with their own (multi)material. Now the actual scene only displays a select few of the loaded meshes according to what the user wants to see (eg. house blueprint). However all the vertices of all meshes and all textures of all materials are loaded into memory, which of course increases the memory consumption quite a bit. I've tried using the meshName filter of the ImportMesh call, but that increases the scene loading time by quite a bit since it will reload and reparse the .babylon file for every asset used in the scene to load the specific mesh. Additionally if the user wants to add another asset to the scene after the initial load, the .babylon file will have to be called yet again. Then I tried to at least dispose() all materials of all unused assets to free up the texture memory after loading them, and only recreate the required material if a mesh is actually enabled in the scene (by storing the texture url in an array), but mass disposing of materials/textures that are not yet done loading causes quite some quirks in the babylon scene where the textures are sometimes applied to random other meshes and even random renderTargetTextures like my shadowgenerator. Any ideas on how to reduce the memory footprint? Thanks in advance