Everytime I let go of my mouse after panning the camera (right-click + drag), my fps goes from 144 to 30-40 for about 2 seconds. I’m pretty sure my computer rig can handle rhino fine, + this happens on an empty model.
Would anyone know how to fix this?
Hello - I do not follow… what is supposed to happen if you have ‘let go’ of the mouse? Not sure what I am looking for…
Hello, in my attached video, the framerate is displayed at the top-left (kind of hard to see because of the resolution). It goes from 130-144fps to 30-40fps as soon as I stop panning the camera.
Usually, I expect the framerate to be stable at around 130-144fps. But for some reason, moving the camera triggers the framerate to drop down all the way to 30, even though there is barely any load on my computer.
OK - I guess I do not yet understand why fps matters if the view has stopped changing.
Even though the view has stopped changing, the drop in fps affects my mouse/cursor, and everything else. It doesn’t matter “much”, but it bothers me to have such an unstable fps.
I’m not seeing anything affect the mouse cursor on my system and Rhino lets the OS and the drivers handle the resources. Please run the Rhino
SystemInfo command and copy-paste the result here. Perhaps that points at something that might be getting in the way…