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Hi all, I've found a physics pfs option in project settings but there's no drawing fps option. How do I change drawing fps? Is it not an option yet?

I'm working on a very simple, low res, pong clone and you can see a sort of motion blur effect that tires the eyes after a while, I think is due to the low frame rate (or maybe too high?).

Can anyone help?

asked Aug 18, 2018 in Projects by paolobb4 (64 points)

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I'm working on a very simple, low res, pong clone and you can see a sort of motion blur effect that tires the eyes after a while, I think is due to the low frame rate (or maybe too high?).

This is due to display ghosting and cannot be fixed on your end (except by using a more reactive display). See the TestUFO ghosting test for an example.

To answer your original question, you can set a FPS limit by setting Debug → Settings → Fps → force_fps to a value above 0 in the Project Settings. However, it is not going to have any effect on display ghosting since it's purely an hardware issue.

answered Aug 19, 2018 by Calinou (3,779 points)
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