Content Pipeline types (updated)

My colleague Ito pointed out that my diagram showing the flow of types through the Content Pipeline was a little out of date, and was kind enough to update it to include the more recent audio and video types:


Comments (7)

  1. steveo_again says:

    I created an account just to say: You have a great blog, I love learning about the whole process of creating a professional game, it is very inspiring.  The rain/weather, skidmark/smoke and LOD articles are the best so far.  But, you would get a lot more community involvement if everyone didn’t have to sign up first.  This is the first (And last) time I have commented, although I wanted to at least 10 times in the last few months.  Perhaps a captcha or something would be more appropriate?

  2. Hey steveo, that’s an interesting point. I originally turned off anonymous comments because I was getting a ridiculous amount of spam, and couldn’t be bothered wading through it all to delete it. Requiring a login to comment took care of all that. But you’re right, this could be cutting off legitimate commentors as well. I’ll try turning anonymous commenting back on for a while and see if the situation has changed since I last tried it. No promises, though! 🙂

  3. MrHelmut says:

    Hello Shawn,

    Just looked at the msdn library and noticed that this diagram is not up to date here :


  4. > Just looked at the msdn library and noticed that this diagram is not up to date here

    Yeah. Unfortunately Ito spotted that this was out of date slightly too late to get it fixed in time for the 3.1 release.

  5. Chris says:

    Is this still valid for xna 4 ?

  6. > Is this still valid for xna 4 ?

    Yep.  Plus a few new content types for the new stock effects.

  7. Bill says:

    Hello,I'm studying XNA now, could you tell me how to public the XNA game.

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