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Frame skipping ONLY when necessary?
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i might be delusional but i was about to swear i saw more frame skipping options in older versions of pcsx2

here's the thing, the game i'm playing right now runs perfectly fine at 60fps 90%~95% of the game, the 5%~10% left it runs at about 55fps, so not really a problem, but it's kinda annoying to have the sound dragging when the fps drops, then i went looking for a good frame skipping option, but i don't want to frame skip the whole game, i only want it to frame skip when necessary, that is, when the fps drops considerably from the 60fps limit

can i do this? do you guys have any other suggestion for the problem?
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(02-11-2011, 01:42 PM)kebrus Wrote: i might be delusional but i was about to swear i saw more frame skipping options in older versions of pcsx2

How older...which rev.
Even in 0.9.6 I have the same frame skipping options as in the newest old gui beta.
The new gui beta also have such options but they are better

Old gui - Ship Frames when lower than: you set 50 here for example and pcsx2 won't skip frames until the speed is below 50
New gui - here you must calculate the value by percents...100% for NTSC game is 60fps so if you set slow motion to 90% and enable frame skipping,it will probably do the same as above
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i'm not really sure, but either at the end of the legacy version or the beginning of the actual version, i never played with those options but as far as i can remember i think there was numbers we could adjust in order to control frame skipping, if i'm not mistaken one of them would disable if the number was 0 (zero) or something like that...

i might be mixing up stuff, but either way, it seems like a logical feature to implement in order to maintain a steady frame-rate
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