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Use OpenGL using QGLWidget of Qt. with DRI (Direct Rendering Infrastructure) turned on.
For a window of 1200x1000 I could achieve Frame Rate = 57 frames per second.
For a window of 1200x400 I could acheive Frame Rate = 150 frames per second
I have copied a texture using glTexImage2D
each frame I am updating the texture using glTexSubImage2D
I have enabled automatic tex-coordinate generation
then set proper functions for S an T coordinates.
then simply drawing a QUAD to flash the texture on the screen.
The distinction between OpenGL or SDL is not of much use if you talk about 3D. SDL uses OpenGL for 3D acceleration.
Also, higher framerates are always good for two reasons:
1. The user of your app may have a less powerful 3D card, so if you optimize you app for high framerates the user may still have a good experience.
2. If you get high framerates you can activate image enhancing features, like anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering.