i900frenchaddict wrote:Is it in openGL ?
Is it a real big lag? The only reason I can think about is the difference in terms of screen resolution: 1280 x 800 for the Tab3 Vs 800x480 for the S2
EDIT: Also, if your Tab 3 has a 1.6ghz CPU, I suppose it's the 10.1inch using the dual-core Intel Z2560 CPU? The smaller size use Exynos for the 8-inch one, and Marvell CPU for the 7-inch one. This could be a reason, I think Fpse has not really been tested and optimized for these really new Intel CPUs yet (I can't even find what sort of GPU it's using, maybe you could tell?)
i900frenchaddict wrote:In Fpse settings, global settings, you can find the different rendering modes of Fpse.
OpenGL is a plugin that drastically improves the quality of graphics but is usually slower and might lead to gfx corruptions. Try to use OpenGL, just to see if/how it works with your hardware (so in Fpse settings, find "switch to OpenGL" ...or something like this )
Then there's openGL ES2 blitting, another rendering possibility (same, in Fpse global settings, switch to openGLES2 blitting)
Finally, (and by default if I'm right), there's the old software mode, supposed to be the fastest, but also the most pixelized, especially on tabs and HD devices
Try all of these rendering modes, maybe one will run better on your device
This Nvidia CPU is supposed to be really powerful, but I guess Schtruck will need some sources to imrpove Fpse for this specific hardware
i900frenchaddict wrote:but have you tried the three different rendering modes I've listed above?
settings, other, video mode:
3= openGL HD (and here, you can choose normal or experimental plugin
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