Timer resolution changes no matter of what is set

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empleat
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Timer resolution changes no matter of what is set

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Hey,
timer resolution changes to 0.5, while i set it to 1 and enabled auto monitoring. It used to work in past. When i set it to 1 and click start again, after launching media player, it switches to 0.5! Dynamic tick is disabled. Any idea why it doesn't work ?

Timer resolution changes no matter of what is set

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Re: Timer resolution changes no matter of what is set

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empleat wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 8:02 am
Hey,
timer resolution changes to 0.5, while i set it to 1 and enabled auto monitoring. It used to work in past. When i set it to 1 and click start again, after launching media player, it switches to 0.5! Dynamic tick is disabled. Any idea why it doesn't work ?
Thats how timer resolution work, it will Windows will always apply the lower timer requested.
SO if you set to 1ms in ISLC, and another app require .05, the 0.5 app will win.

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