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Old 01 March 2003, 02:35   #1
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Problems w/ fullscreen 60Hz vsync since v0.8.22R2

In fullscreen NTSC mode with resolution of 720x480, 16bit, 60Hz:

v0.8.22R2: Sound is too slow with vsync activated. Toggling 'Use primary DirectSound buffer' on or off and closing dialog box randomly corrects / reintroduces problem.

v0.8.22R3: Same as R2.

v0.8.22R4: Sound is too fast with vsync activated. Toggling 'Use primary DirectSound buffer' has no effect on sound speed problem.

v0.8.22R5: Sound is too fast with vsync activated. Leaving vsync enabled and setting refresh rate to 50Hz corrects sound speed but introduces regular clicking.

All versions: Disabling vsync corrects problem. Changing 'sound driver lag compensation slider' decreases/increases sound speed, but slider range is not wide enough to reach correct level of compensation. Using different resolutions has no effect. Using WinUAE with/without PowerStrip has no effect. Running in PAL mode works fine.

Using Win98SE, 440BX, PIII550@616MHz, 256MB CL2 SDRAM, Geforce 256 DDR, AWE 64 Gold.
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