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Dillon1431

EZCA lag/ Stutter

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Hello, I have EZCA installed into P3D 3.4, but when I get 40 fps or 30 fps it is very sketchy while the sim itself is moving well. Anybody know how to fix?

 

EZCA 1.18

 

-Dillon L

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I've been investigating this on my rig.  Seems to me, that AS16 has caused stuttering even at higher framerates.  I've been seeing stuttering and I shut off EZDOK and it's still there.  I turn it back on and turn AS16 off and it goes to smooth.  I restarted AS16 and turned turbulence down to 0 and it's fairly smooth.  I turned turbulence back up and turned down cloud layers and that helped.  I just started looking at this, though, so I'm still investigating.  I suspect it's something with the latest AS16, at least here on my machine.

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Gregg,

Try max upper vis to 200 and 3 cloud layers.

 

O After years with Ezdoc am now using chaseplane and its far better in every way.

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Gregg,

Try max upper vis to 200 and 3 cloud layers.

 

O After years with Ezdoc am now using chaseplane and its far better in every way.

Ok, I'll give it a shot, or should I upgrade to V2 Ezdock?

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Well each to there own but I agree with Pete.

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I've been investigating this on my rig.  Seems to me, that AS16 has caused stuttering even at higher framerates.  I've been seeing stuttering and I shut off EZDOK and it's still there.  I turn it back on and turn AS16 off and it goes to smooth.  I restarted AS16 and turned turbulence down to 0 and it's fairly smooth.  I turned turbulence back up and turned down cloud layers and that helped.  I just started looking at this, though, so I'm still investigating.  I suspect it's something with the latest AS16, at least here on my machine.

 

Ok, I figured it out. I decided to replace DX12 with DX10 and it seemed to fix everything. I tested it in massive thunder storms and no problem at all.

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Ok, I figured it out. I decided to replace DX12 with DX10 and it seemed to fix everything. I tested it in massive thunder storms and no problem at all.

 

How did you come up with that solution?

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