Discussion in 'General Software and Applications' started by vbetts, Sep 24, 2018.
so the renamed things, does renaming it make people forget about past issues? hah
And they've still not changed the titlebar in beta 6 I'm using a theme for the time being to fix that.
I used to a lot pre-57 or whatever version switched engines, I don't seem to now, it does hang for a few seconds if there are hundreds/thousands of entries for that site but nothing terrible
I have pretty darn bad stutter with any VP9 encoded video when there's any GPU activity. For example, try running game background in windowed mode and then watch 60 fps video (1080p or higher) on youtube. It may be that the whole browser starts to stutters though but it's rather bad when watching video (must be something that uses hardware decoding so Netflix doesn't count - hardware decoding works only in Edge for that). Edge and Chrome all all fine.
I just check bunch of VP9 Video on youtube they all play smoothly
Without WebRender it stutter a lot. I haven't really watched much with it yet but looks promising. Actually looks like it fixes it. Can watch 4K 60 fps stuff without stutter, even when there's GPU activity.
i dont have web render enabled.
Then again I not trying to run game in back ground in windows mode and watch video, I do just that and see what happens and report back
Just ran that this
and few other random VP9 codec at 4k60fps I click from the side bar they all said VP9, With Swtor running in windows mode at 1080p with firefox window shown above the game windows which is running the whole time ( I could see people running around and doing skills)
All video ran smooth at 4k 60fps, This is with out webrender, my Gpu is almost identical to your other then its a TI, if it matter I still running 411.63 drivers
HW accelerations is enabled in Firefox and working too as far am aware, though the 1070ti does no run full clock speeds when FF is run, this probably just do to fact I dont have Firefox profile in nvcp set to run max speed, But If i turn off HW acceleration in FF i get tearing so i know it on.
Though I am pretty sure FF still has issue with HW accelerations to this date, Long as It dont hardlock my PC like it use to with certain Realtek audio drivers when Some voice chat program is running like TS.Vent.discord I just leave it on now
FF has been randomly TDR it own draw window at random for me since I installed 1803 build of windows it happen so far 4 times and each it happen FF draw window flashed and only FF. Windows it self has no issue did not flash . Event viewer had TDR ( display reset) that happen at some time FF draw windows flashed. I can run Deus ex MD or Skyrim or any of my other games for 4+ hours sessions and everything is fine.
Just tested without WebRender and the stuttering/frame jumping was there. With WebRender it's fine. Used Black Desert Online running behind which does put quite a bit more load on GPU than SWTOR.
This has been a problem ever since VP9 decoding was introduced in Firefox. It's nice that WebRender solves it though.
I haven't had any stability issues when using hardware acceleration in Firefox.
Tired again this time with Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor which was pushing 80% gpu usuage with it in windowed mode ( according to AB and Nvidia inspector before and the video) and browser playing a 4k6fps vp9 video it played smooth for me. again no web render here, maybe a addon confliction? to many things can cause stutter saddly
Doubt it. I have only three extensions and on YouTube only one is active. Also I've set gfx.font_rendering.directwrite.use_gdi_table_loading to false but I doubt that will cause it.
There was a very known bug that caused VP9 decoding stutter and they "kinda fixed it". But that wasn't quite perfect, thus the occasional stutter/frame jumping when there's GPU activity. Moving to WebRender fixed it on my end at least.
dont know what that setting your talking about but I dont have it. like said to many thing cause stutter it all smooth on my end for 4k60fps even with 80+ load to gpu.
I am on 1803 build of windows and 411.63 drivers
Librefox: Browse With Freedom
This project aims at enforcing privacy and security of Firefox without forking the project.
Librefox uses more than 500 privacy/security/performance settings (gHacks and additional options), patches, Librefox-Addons (optional) and a cleaned bundle of Firefox (updater, crashreporter and Firefox's integrated addons that don't respect privacy are removed).
*Updated browser: because this project is not a fork, it is kept updated with the latest Firefox version.
some interesting features:
IJWY (I Just Want You To Shut Up):
more infos and Download @ https://github.com/intika/Librefox
gonna keep my eyes on this one, might be an good alternative..(fast and secure)
It was enabled in my FF by default, or something enabled it
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hmm that unchecked by defualt on my end for some reason so I checked it
FF 64.0.2 just came through
yeah finally fixed stuttering when played high definition video on youtube