Tearing Problem, possible solution (1 Viewer)

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I have not actually used this product, but was reading about your problem with "tearing", just a quick thought, did you turn on vertical sync?, this is what normally causes this as windws does not wait for the next refresh before drawing the next frame.

I probarby will never be back here again, just passing through :D
I am a linux man myself.
 
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Man you must be thinking that all Windows developers are stupid! :-D

Consider the following:
- If it was a vsync problem then you should have the same tearing problem in Overlay
- There are only two applications on the whole planet which do tearing free VMR9
- We put it on the frontpage of the website

You still think it is a simple vsync problem? :)

And please keep coming by, because MP is worth it!
 

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    Using the "start MP in fullscreen" option in configuration or using ALT+ENTER to go to full screen is enough to have tearing free VMR9.
     
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    Strange: in overlay i dont have any tearing.

    But in VMR 9 still with version 1.04 i have tearing...

    I tried avi and DVD. Still the same. Vsync is on.
     

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