[Public WebGL] dev-tools 60fps limiter toggle

SUBILEAU Geoffrey [email protected]
Wed Nov 26 11:08:14 PST 2014

Is this command synching the refresh with the actual screen frequency or does it limit to 60Hz anyway ?

I'm asking in case we will want to reach 120fps to do active stereoscopy 3D.


Cordialement / Best regards

Geoffrey Subileau
immersive Virtuality Lab Producer, Passion for Innovation Institute, Dassault Systemes

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Le 26 nov. 2014 à 20:00, Kenneth Russell <[email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>> a écrit :

This can be done in Chrome by launching it with the command line
argument --disable-gpu-vsync. Is it worth standardizing this?

On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 9:49 AM, Florian Bösch <[email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>> wrote:
It occurred to me that it'd be useful to have a way to disable the 60fps
limit like you would disable network caching or stuff like that in the dev
tools per checkbox.

Would this at all be feasible for browser vendors?

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