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24/01/2014 10:00:04

gimmick
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Hello,

I have a boring problem with Play+ : large white streaks when any window is moved. This graphical bug appears only with Play+ . Not with Muvizu 0.23. Not with my other 3D & video softwares.

I use Muvizu Play+ 2013.12.19.01R_x64 on a laptop with Intel i7 processor
The drivers of my NVidia GT230M graphic card are updated
Would you have an idea? Drink


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24/01/2014 17:54:14

mystoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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That's strange. I use Muvizu Play+ on a laptop with an i7 processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GT 635M graphics card. I haven't had that problem yet.
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24/01/2014 18:41:59

urbanlamb
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I have this but its not something huge so i haven't said anything lol. (more worried about the performance of the sets etc for now)

Its the trail the window leaves behind to mimic the dragging motion I classify this as lag though and it goes away after a few seconds. Its the default colour you set your window at. My configurations are about the same my nvidia card is a gtx660ti though.
edited by urbanlamb on 24/01/2014
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24/01/2014 18:51:57

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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I get this too, but it's just an update thing, it doesn't actually effect anything (once the screen updates it's fine). Could just be an Nvidia driver issue - do any ATI users experience it too?
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24/01/2014 18:57:09

gimmick
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Hello,
For me, this unwanted white is boring for the workflow, as Muvizu opens many Edit/Properties windows upon the main screen.

With Muvizu 0.23, I obtain a nice transparency (see below) if I click on and I drag a window.
Maybe, I should buy more RAM or change my PC ?
Or try the 32 bit version?

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24/01/2014 20:12:47

urbanlamb
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Transparency is not something I want to see if i am trying to set depth of field or work with the actual camera view I dont want the background interfering with my camera settings causing me to be unable to see what is actually there. Adding ram wont work so if your bothered by the trail left possibly 32 bit does not do this but its just the way muvizu is running at the moment and something they will need to repair. IN the scheme of things though I have been ignoring it because its a minor bug
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24/01/2014 20:32:25

gimmick
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With Muvizu 0.23, the transparency appears only when I click on a window. It’s always interesting to see where I go when I push an Edit window to the left, and a Properties window to the right.

About the white streaks in Play+, if I stay clicking on a window, the window becomes like a gum to get all the Muvizu screen in white

edited by gimmick on 24/01/2014
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24/01/2014 22:39:16

fazz68
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never seen any of these problems on my old steam powered beauty, from the first copy of muvizu i used up to play+ all have run the same. the only thing that hurt the old chugger are urbamlambs monster sets Big Grin
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24/01/2014 23:19:32

DyllyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Not experienced this bug either on A8 Radeon Dual Graphics.
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24/01/2014 23:34:16

urbanlamb
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fazz68 wrote:
the only thing that hurt the old chugger are urbamlambs monster sets Big Grin



rofl yeah well its law of "bigger and bigger" we purchase pc's and then build things until you think they are gonna blow up so in order to stop this blowing up from happening you just you know get a bigger pc haha. I dont downsize anything I only "upsize" my pc instead Big Grin



In the words of Tim the Toolman Taylor "more power" -
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25/01/2014 01:23:30

Rocky53204
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The white streaks are an issue for the programmers... the screen refresh needs work.
If you hold your left mouse button down while moving the camera window you can paint out your entire screen.

Once you release the mouse button the screen will 'repair' at a rate determined by your computers overall performance capability.
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25/01/2014 10:25:52

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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I haven't got this either (AMD Radeon HD 7770)
Muvizu:Play+ 64bit
edited by MrDrWho13 on 25/01/2014
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25/01/2014 12:09:44

bigwallyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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gimmick wrote:
Hello,

I have a boring problem with Play+ : large white streaks when any window is moved. This graphical bug appears only with Play+ . Not with Muvizu 0.23. Not with my other 3D & video softwares.

I use Muvizu Play+ 2013.12.19.01R_x64 on a laptop with Intel i7 processor
The drivers of my NVidia GT230M graphic card are updated
Would you have an idea? Drink





*** BEWARE *** This post is not for technically weak of heart. Do not use if you aren't sure. One false move and your computer becomes a doorstop.

You might consider overclocking your graphics card using an program like nTune (from Nvidia) or MSI iAfterburner (msi). My GT240 chip does a similar thing as yours, depending on my computer's attitude. Overclocking keeps my computer and Muvizu happy (six years running). Also consider downloading a CPU/GPU Temp Reporting program, to keep an eye on the temps. I use "Real Temp" to keep an eye on things.
edited by bigwally on 25/01/2014
edited by bigwally on 25/01/2014
edited by bigwally on 25/01/2014
edited by bigwally on 25/01/2014
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25/01/2014 12:39:19

gimmick
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Hello everybody,,

Thank you for all your messages.
I found a solution:

----> Windows Settings / Adjust Visual effects
----> Unselect “Display the windows when moving them”

It's not a perfect solution because I loose this feature for all my softwares, but it's ok.

About temperature, I must say that the opening of Muvizu triggers the fan of my laptop, even if the set is empty and even if I don't work on Muvizu
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