[visionegg] Re: (no subject)


It would still be nice to clarify what is meant by short times or a time over 1sec. If I get two IFI's less than one refresh does that mean that I skipped a frame? How does an IFI come out to be 1 sec?


On Jul 10, 2006, at 7:42 PM, Andrew Straw wrote:

John Christie wrote:

OK, now I need a little help.  How do you get 3?  The 13, 18, and
1062?  And, doesn't the 1062 indicate something other than a single
frame being dropped?


It's from the very last number in the lower-right: there were 3 frames
that took >24 msec to render.


Is it possible to get some information about the content of the
logfile that is written by "frame_timer.log_histogram()".
2006-07-05 16:22:10,280 (2392) INFO: Script C:\Documents and
Settings\vera\My Documents\Python_versuche\put_pixels1.py started
Vision Egg 1.0 with process id 2392.
2006-07-05 16:22:13,296 (2392) INFO: Requesting window 1600 x 1200
32 bpp (8 8 8 0 RGBA).
2006-07-05 16:22:13,530 (2392) INFO: OpenGL 2.0.5646 WinXP Release,
RADEON X800 XT x86/SSE2, ATI Technologies Inc.
2006-07-05 16:22:13,530 (2392) INFO: Video system reports 32 bpp (8
8 8 8 RGBA).
2006-07-05 16:22:20,530 (2392) INFO: 190 frames were drawn.
Mean IFI was 21.55 msec (46.41 fps), longest IFI was 1062.89 msec.
histogram:
102 *
90 *
79 *
68 *
57 *
45 *
34 * *
23 * * *
11 * * *
0 * * * * *
* *
Time: 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22
24 +(msec)
Total: 0 0 1 0 0 1 45 24 113 2 0
0 3


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