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  1. Hi Everyone

    I heard from some sources that Direct3D 11 uses only 19 fps. Most of videos that I watch are between 25 and 30 fps. Does this mean I watch all videos at 19 fps in VLC ?

    VLC use Direct3D 11 as default video output when playing any video.

    Thank you !
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  3. Originally Posted by aedipuss View Post
    you shouldn't believed everything you read on the net. post the sources.
    Yes I know, that is why I post it on this forum to know more about Direct3D 11 which VLC use it, does Direct3D 11 limits fps when it is combined with high end GPU ?

    Sorry I forgot the source.

    The other problem that there is no method in VLC to display fps when playing videos.

    But for those who used Direct3D 11 for playing games, how many fps does it reach ?

    Or Direct3D 11 doesn't control fps limits, it depends on the GPU capacity ?
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  4. Obviously, D3D11 doesn't set fps limits.

    If VLC is too slow, try another player.
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  5. Originally Posted by butterw View Post
    Obviously, D3D11 doesn't set fps limits.

    If VLC is too slow, try another player.
    Ok, thank you for your confirmation !

    I have no problem with VLC, it is just to be sure that Direct3D 11 doesn't make any limits for fps.
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