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Which is faster and more efficient? (Flip or import)

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Hi,

I am developing a 2D game at the moment (Street Fighter! :-) ).

I have a "game sprite", which I have manually cropped into over 100 frames (but for the sake of this question, we'll just round it to 100).

The thing is: All of these frames are facing to the right (whereas I need both right *and* left). Now, my question is: Which one of the following 2 options would be quickest?:

   (1)  Read in 100 images, and then flip each image (and assign the flipped versions to a new Image instance); or
   (2)  Read in 200 images (as I would have flipped all of the images previously).

Cheers.
Rob.
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Probably quicker to cache the flipped ones, but i would test which is quicker yourself to be sure
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Okay.

Thank you :-)
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:-)
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