Daniel.MONDON at lpgtechnologies.com
Thu Nov 18 01:19:27 PST 2010
De : xorg-bounces+daniel.mondon=lpgtechnologies.com at lists.freedesktop.org [mailto:xorg-bounces+daniel.mondon=lpgtechnologies.com at lists.freedesktop.org] De la part de MONDON Daniel
Envoyé : jeudi 28 octobre 2010 15:37
À : xorg at lists.freedesktop.org
Objet : Meterial accelleration
Hi again :)
Under my ubuntu 10.04 (Xorg server = 1.7.6) live CD, i have a full
screen (1280x1024) flash application witch communicate with a java
server. (with Stand-alone adobe flash player)
In this application, if I increase rapidly manually (by clicking a
button with touch screen), when I stop, the counter is increased for a
I have also a 'donnuts" test bench (only a donnuts picture moved from
one corner to others).
When I use this test with maximized window, the result is 16 rpm.
(same result with a 'small window').
When I do it full screen, the result is 8 rpm :(
Only a few more pixels used.
I use all I can do in order to increase this value, with adobe (I know,
but it is mandatory for the application) parameters, last intel video
Apparently, the best way to increase this bad rpm value is to use
How can I do that?
Or is there any better / orther way?
But i hear about a generic video driver project using material acceleration.
Does any body know what it is about, and where I can test any result?
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