How to determine frame rate using RealFlight Deluxe!

How to determine frame rate using RealFlight Deluxe!

Post by Dan Beckstro » Wed, 15 Sep 1999 04:00:00



Ive seen some say they have everything turned on and have a frame rate of
30+!!
How do they determine what there frame rate is when RF is up and running!

Thanks!
Dan Beckstrom

 
 
 

How to determine frame rate using RealFlight Deluxe!

Post by Rudy » Wed, 15 Sep 1999 04:00:00


There is a small utility called FRAPS that puts a tiny window on the display
to show you that in realtime.

If you would like a copy, zipped it's 22KB, send me an e-mail and I will
send it to you, Dan yours should already be in your mailbox.

Rudy Ackerman
Houston TX


Quote:
> Ive seen some say they have everything turned on and have a frame rate of
> 30+!!
> How do they determine what there frame rate is when RF is up and running!

> Thanks!
> Dan Beckstrom


 
 
 

How to determine frame rate using RealFlight Deluxe!

Post by Rudy » Wed, 15 Sep 1999 04:00:00


BTW remove xxx out of my address

--
Rudolph Ackerman
Houston TX

remove  xxx from address


Quote:
> There is a small utility called FRAPS that puts a tiny window on the
display
> to show you that in realtime.

> If you would like a copy, zipped it's 22KB, send me an e-mail and I will
> send it to you, Dan yours should already be in your mailbox.

> Rudy Ackerman
> Houston TX



> > Ive seen some say they have everything turned on and have a frame rate
of
> > 30+!!
> > How do they determine what there frame rate is when RF is up and
running!

> > Thanks!
> > Dan Beckstrom

 
 
 

How to determine frame rate using RealFlight Deluxe!

Post by Dan Beckstro » Wed, 15 Sep 1999 04:00:00


Thanks for the help Rudy.  When I run Fraps I don't get the counter to work
with RFD!  Any ideas from out there in *** world?  Dan

Quote:
> BTW remove xxx out of my address

> --
> Rudolph Ackerman
> Houston TX

> remove  xxx from address



> > There is a small utility called FRAPS that puts a tiny window on the
> display
> > to show you that in realtime.

> > If you would like a copy, zipped it's 22KB, send me an e-mail and I will
> > send it to you, Dan yours should already be in your mailbox.

> > Rudy Ackerman
> > Houston TX



> > > Ive seen some say they have everything turned on and have a frame rate
> of
> > > 30+!!
> > > How do they determine what there frame rate is when RF is up and
> running!

> > > Thanks!
> > > Dan Beckstrom