* Johannes Rohr <email@example.com> [2008-03-13 20:43:22 +0100]: > Dear all, > > I have been trying compiz for a while now on two daily updated Debian > Sid installations, one with an NVidia card supported by the > proprietary drivers and one with an onboard graphic chip supported by > the Free/Open Source intel driver, which also has full hardware > acceleration. It works more or less. > > However, playing videos completely sucks, I always have to change to > metacity for that purpose. Videos "jerk" (if that is the appropriate > expression in English), at a frame rate of an estimated five frames > per second. > > I have parallel Ubuntu installs on both boxes. I prefer Debian, > however, in this case, Ubuntu just works out of the box and Debian > doesn't. This seems to be completely independent of the X > configuration. I cannot seen any special tweaks in Ubuntu's > xorg.conf. Therefore I conclude that Debian's X must in some way be > different from Ubuntu's. > > Has anyone made similar experience and maybe even a suggestion on > where to look for solutions? > > Thanks in advance, > > Johannes > > > -- > http://www.infoe.de/ > > > -- > To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-REQUEST@lists.debian.org > with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org > I'm curious, too (bump). -- Regards, Klein If your hands are clean and your cause is just and your demands are reasonable, at least it's a start.
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