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Old 04-17-2013, 02:21 PM   #1
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Long time issue with Vray Frame Buffer

I have always put up with these 'spasms' that VFB causes, does anyone know why!? It has happened for at least the last 2 or 3 years worth of vray releases. I'm in the habbit of not daring to touch the VFB while NOT rendering as that is what sets it off usually. I know I can just use normal max frame buffer but I like VFB extra things

Here is a video of what I mean

https://vimeo.com/64230914

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Old 04-20-2013, 06:57 AM   #3
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even without the video i think i know what you mean:
turn off progressive refinement in the max viewport options and its gone.
 
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Regardless, if you don't mind I would like to see it. I have had frame buffer issues but personally I can't ever say that I have seen it "spasm" or at least know what your definition of "spasm" is
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Sorry for the late reply guys it should work now

https://vimeo.com/64230914
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Quote:
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even without the video i think i know what you mean:
turn off progressive refinement in the max viewport options and its gone.


Thanks damjan

Cant believe it is that, I sometimes turn that off. It appears to be working
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That's pretty crazy, good to know, thanks.

I would have guessed that that would have been a Desktop Windows Manager (dwm.exe) issue for sure.
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Hehe.. well I have had that issue for a very long time on multiple machines and max versions. I kind of just got used to it but I do find it strange that no one else has mentioned it... it cant be just me haha
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