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Old 01 April 2017, 18:27   #1
hexaae
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Annoying sound from the sound buffer when switching screens

Hi Toni,
there is a very old and annoying "feature" in WinUAE: when I switch from my fullwindow Picasso Z3 emulated WB (1920x108032bit) to fullscreen native modes (full screen PAL/NTSC modes, vsync) very often I can hear annoying noises like emulated Paula audio sound buffers being played at screen switchings....

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I can record a small video with audio if my description isn't clear enough...
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Old 01 April 2017, 20:06   #2
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Audio is not stopped because it would cause glitch if screen switch is fast (for example switching to fullscreen and desktop is already in same resolution and refresh rate is same or gsync/freesync mode) and you can't know it in advance.

There is no good solutions.
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