yes on mac m1 pro . i reinstalled it. And than found out i can only go intro preferences when i am on the main-screen. not while watching a movie. so thats probably it. or are you suppose to get the preferences too when watching a movie
On the latest (Infuse 7.3.2 build 3968), MacBook Pro (14-inch, 2021) 16GB M1 Pro:
4K HDR content when played fullscreen on my laptop display with the XDR preset and ProMotion refresh rate skips frames in a very noticeable (i.e. multiple frames skipped, maybe 500ms-ish?) way once every two minutes or so.
This happens on every 4K HDR film I’ve played so far, of varying bitrates, and it only seems to happen when in fullscreen which suggests it’s possibly unrelated to processor or I/O load.
This doesn’t seem to happen on 4K (or 1080p) non-HDR content, and I have not tried this yet on 1080p HDR.
it happens with hdr and non hdr i only watch 4k mainly. and some 1080p on Rare occasions but they all stutter. its some problem with their adaptive sync (apple) i would say
or atleast they did. until i updated to macos 12.2 beta 2
so its not only infuse its problem. its starting too look macos had bugs and problems too still.
and indeed sometimes it stutters once every two minutes or some times 3 or 4 in once minute.
but so far since i updated to the latest beta it’s oke now no more stutters at all windowed or fullscreen. so there is a light at the end of the tunnel
and wait for 12.2 final. or when ur pc is non work critical maybe install macos beta profile so u can download it.
i am a die hard gamer with a lot of settings experience on windows with adaptive sync.
and to me it feels like adaptive sync never worked in that window or atleast was bugged.
the video is now smoother than ever even when not suttering. a lot of people don’t know that normal v sync also needs to be turned on in order for gsync or freesync to function fully it even gives lower latancy too with v-sync turned on during adaptive sync(freesync/g-sync)!
the same bugs / stutters i did feel when scrolling in the browser / safari. but not during dragging the window around.