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Hi gamefan, and welcome.  Umm... could you please modify http://www.babylonjs-playground.com/#1TDTWF#5

...adjust it and save it  (or something even simpler)... to show us the problem?  Lines 72-77 looks like a good place to show us your direct-dispose ideas.  (press '4' to run your dispose code)  I was too scared to try a ssao.dispose() in there.  I'll let you put it in... I don't want to lose a finger.  :D

I don't know much about post-processes.... but do you see the way that the other keypresses use the pipelineManager to "look up" SSAO effects, and enable/disable them... each specifically?  Maybe that is the more-correct way.  Let the manager call .dispose... not you.  But I could be completely wrong. 

Anyway, you know how it goes around here.  Make us a playground that shows the problem, and the solutions arrive at light-speed.  :)

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Hi,

Apologies for being late.

@Wingnut Thank you. :)  I knew I would loose all my fingers typing the ssao.dispose() . It was becoming increasingly apparent to me as the page loaded and as I approached the empty space you lovingly left for me at line 74, that this has to work. :)

And obviously it does. I looked at no one else since.

@Luaacro I got the latest PR and it works like magic. BABYLON is no less than magic. Sometimes (when my fingers are alright), I casually look inside BABYLON.max.js and wonder - How is all of this even possible?

Another thing, Now that blur post process do not exist. How to achieve the same results that came early. Manually adding these Processes?

 

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@gamefan cool if it works !! :)

For the blur post-processes, they are automatically included but they are not configurable anymore : getBlurHPostProcess and getBlurVPostProcess functions return null but they still exist just for backward compatibility

I opted for a bilateral blur instead of a standard blur post-process as the bilateral blur post-process removes more efficiently the "textile effect"

So you can remove/comment all your blur configurations and see the result :)

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@gamefan oups, I understand :(

Something cool is that now the rendering pipeline is more respectful of "what is SSAO", so you can focus on SSAO configuration (I think it will be better for you than before) and not blurring which was difficult to configure (in order to remove the textile effect)

I updated the playground example so you can take a look :)

Soon, the Babylon.js Editor will be updated with the latest version of Bjs. So you'll be able to configure SSAO using the user interface and get the best result

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