Linux: You reap what you tweak.
It would be nice if the desktop could be minimized. I only see an "X" to exit. Maybe I'm missing it.
frame rates, interesting talk about 24 vs 48 frames per second
some example showing this effect, which sometimes is very visible in Netflix. Something I have NOT noticed on Amazon prime or Hulu or youtube or even cbs on the net.
Netflix seems to have the noticeable judder, sometimes only tiny, sometimes a lot, which I have seen so bad sometimes I cant even stand to watch. And I find it very annoying that this happens. So I wonder what is different about netflix.
It might have something to do with interpolation where software fills in generating extra frames. And then I hear that dedicated player hardware, people say does not show the juddering. So then you can blame the software.
Last edited by sdowney717; January 9th, 2013 at 05:40 AM.
I installed this on 13.04 today and it seems to work, though I really haven't spent much time with it. Just loaded it and went to silverlight site that I visit, and silverlight worked.
But, I can't get it out of full-screen mode. Can someone help me with that?
Never mind. Found it. F11
BTW, to use the browser Alt+D gives you a drop down menu.
Last edited by Curtis6767; January 30th, 2013 at 04:02 AM. Reason: Found the solution.
I'm using Wubi, and thus my filesystem is NTFS. How can I set the user_xattr property? My root disk doesn't even appear in FSTAB. I think it's provided by NTFS-3g, but I can't work out how to change the flags on it.
Think we could get this working in a modified version of XBMCFlix?
Code:sudo apt-get clue