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Re: [Bug 288822] Re: Slight ripping of video when compiz is enabled
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 212587 ***
Ok, sorry for the delay. I did as you asked, I took one screenshot
using medium compiz settings. and one using extra compiz settings.
Although the medium seemed to have visably less tearing when i moved
my windows around, the screenshots still are completely distorted.
http://i39.tinypic.com/ejdk5y.png (medium settings, slow movement)
http://i43.tinypic.com/35lrfpd.png (extra settings, slow movement)
I might later try to record video of monitor and check for tearing,
just to confirm this isn't some printscreen glitch.
On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 11:21 AM, Graeme Humphries<graeme@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> *** This bug is a duplicate of bug 212587 ***
> That's very interesting. Your problem definitely appears in the
> framebuffer, which indicates 2 things to me:
> - Your install isn't doing double buffering, as double buffering would never have this issue visually appear in the framebuffer.
> - Your install isn't even attempting to vsync, as if it was, it would be doing double buffering.
> This makes me suspect this may not be a dupe of #212587. For some
> reason, your window manager or copy of X isn't doing proper double
> With the proprietary NV drivers, can you enable compiz effects, and see
> if this changes things at all?
> Slight ripping of video when compiz is enabled
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> Status in “compiz” source package in Ubuntu: New
> Bug description:
> Binary package hint: compiz
> While watching movies I see slight ripping during fast video playback with any player only when compiz is enabled
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