Video tearing poll for *** Kepler *** users (GeForce 6xx, 7xx and Titan, GKxxx)

Do you experience video playback tearing?

OpenGL compositing manager - no tearing at all
OpenGL compositing manager - tearing in some applications
OpenGL compositing manager - tearing in almost all applications
Xrender compositing manager - no tearing at all
Xrender compositing manager - tearing in some applications
Xrender compositing manager - tearing in almost all applications
No compositing manager - no tearing at all
No compositing manager - tearing in some applications
No compositing manager - tearing in almost all applications
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Artem S. Tashkinov
Linux and Open Source advocate

#1
Posted 05/11/2013 11:50 AM   
I voted for: OpenGL compositing manager - no tearing at all But I do have tearing in one specific example: When I have TVTime opened, I have tearing when I scroll in Firefox (when I minimize tvtime tearing is gonne).
I voted for: OpenGL compositing manager - no tearing at all
But I do have tearing in one specific example: When I have TVTime opened, I have tearing when I scroll in Firefox (when I minimize tvtime tearing is gonne).

#2
Posted 05/12/2013 09:45 AM   
Are there just eight Kepler users here?
Are there just eight Kepler users here?

Artem S. Tashkinov
Linux and Open Source advocate

#3
Posted 05/17/2013 05:02 AM   
GeForce 670 here on awesomewm with no compositing. I get bad video tearing in all modes, with any compistors, when I have the Composite X extension enabled. I had to manually disable it in my xorg.conf to get tear-free video, despite not using a composited environment.
GeForce 670 here on awesomewm with no compositing. I get bad video tearing in all modes, with any compistors, when I have the Composite X extension enabled. I had to manually disable it in my xorg.conf to get tear-free video, despite not using a composited environment.

#4
Posted 05/17/2013 08:27 AM   
I also have constant video tearing with everything. Movies, games, moving windows around with KWin (and gnome-shell). I've tried both binary blob and nouveau drivers, same problems with both. Nvidia GTX 660
I also have constant video tearing with everything. Movies, games, moving windows around with KWin (and gnome-shell). I've tried both binary blob and nouveau drivers, same problems with both.

Nvidia GTX 660

#5
Posted 05/17/2013 08:35 PM   
I voted "No composite Manager - No tearing", but I will get tearing when VSync is not enabled of course, which is as expected. Although having two mplayer videos using VDPau open at the same time will result in tearing in the latter video, but I suspect that is not a bug either. I'm using 313, though, so if this bug is specific to 319 then I won't see it.
I voted "No composite Manager - No tearing", but I will get tearing when VSync is not enabled of course, which is as expected. Although having two mplayer videos using VDPau open at the same time will result in tearing in the latter video, but I suspect that is not a bug either.

I'm using 313, though, so if this bug is specific to 319 then I won't see it.

#6
Posted 05/19/2013 07:14 AM   
You nead another option, no tearing in any case.
You nead another option, no tearing in any case.

#7
Posted 05/19/2013 03:18 PM   
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