The Automatic Memory Manager keeps track of the Max Particles that were Active in a single frame over the last X seconds (call this number M). If the Max Number Of Particles is greater than M, the Automatic Memory Manager can de-allocate unused memory. The Reduce Amount determines how much more memory than M to allocate. For example, setting the Reduce Amount to 1.0 would set the Max Number Of Particles to M. Setting the Reduce Amount to 1.1 would set the Max Number Of Particles to M + 10%. Setting it to 2.0 would set the Max Number Of Particles to M + 100% (i.e. M * 2).
NOTE: This value is clamped to the range 1.0 - 2.0.
NOTE: The Automatic Memory Manager will never reduce the amount of memory to be less than what is required for the Absolute Min Number Of Particles.
NOTE: Default value is 1.1.
Assembly: DPSF (in DPSF.dll) Version: 220.127.116.11