Originally Posted by Hewitson
There is many more factors to consider than just frames being dropped.
Saying vsync should be avoided proves you don't have a clue what you're talking about. How the hell is anything going to scroll smoothly when it's not synchronised to the refresh rate of the monitor?
Only reason to enable Vsync is to eliminate tearing effect, which has nothing to do with how smoothly graphics can move. And as my WinUAE fps equals to my desktop refresh rate, and therefore my video card is not pushing more frames/sec than refresh rate can handle (the cause of tearing), it actually shouldn't matter anyhow what Vsync state is tbh.
It was smooth. Cannot possibly get any smoother. Period. Perhaps i can someday provide a short 50p/50i video footage to prove it (my friend has cam equipment, but is a very busy person).