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MythVRR Class Referenceabstract

#include <mythvrr.h>

Inheritance diagram for MythVRR:
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Public Types

enum  VRRType { Unknown = 0, FreeSync, GSync, GSyncCompat }

Public Member Functions

virtual ~MythVRR ()=default
virtual void SetEnabled (bool Enable=true)=0
QString TypeToString () const
bool Enabled () const
MythVRRRange GetRange () const
QString RangeDescription () const
bool IsControllable () const

Static Public Member Functions

static MythVRRPtr Create (class MythDisplay *MDisplay)
 Create a concrete implementation of MythVRR suitable for the given Display. More...

Protected Member Functions

 MythVRR (bool Controllable, VRRType Type, bool Enabled, MythVRRRange Range)

Protected Attributes

bool m_controllable { false }
VRRType m_type { Unknown }
bool m_enabled { false }
MythVRRRange m_range { 0, 0, false }

Detailed Description

MythVRR is the base class for Variable Refresh Rate support. Concrete implementations are currently provided by MythGSync (for NVidia GSync) and MythDRMVRR (for FreeSync/Adaptive-Sync)

Variable refresh rate works well with the MythTV rendering code though there may be some occasional 'unusual' behaviour. For example, when video is behind audio during playback, instead of dropping frames, the player will typically display a number of frames in rapid succession to catch up and as a result it looks as if the video is fast forwarded for a fraction of a second.
Neither GSync or FreeSync can be enabled or disabled once the application window has been created. To that end, the focus of support is based on detecting the current state and adapting behaviours when VRR is enabled (e.g. we do not switch video modes purely for a change in refresh rate). To try and change the VRR mode when the MythTV application starts, use the -vrr/–vrr command line option; which tries to either enable or disable VRR before the window is created and resets VRR to the default state when the application quits. (There is no setting for this option as it must be used before we have initialised Qt and hence there is no database connection).
See also

Definition at line 14 of file mythvrr.h.

Member Enumeration Documentation

◆ VRRType


Definition at line 17 of file mythvrr.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ ~MythVRR()

virtual MythVRR::~MythVRR ( )

◆ MythVRR()

MythVRR::MythVRR ( bool  Controllable,
VRRType  Type,
bool  Enabled,
MythVRRRange  Range 

Definition at line 46 of file mythvrr.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

◆ Create()

MythVRRPtr MythVRR::Create ( class MythDisplay MDisplay)

Create a concrete implementation of MythVRR suitable for the given Display.

Definition at line 56 of file mythvrr.cpp.

Referenced by MythDisplay::Initialise().

◆ SetEnabled()

virtual void MythVRR::SetEnabled ( bool  Enable = true)
pure virtual

Implemented in MythGSync, and MythDRMVRR.

◆ TypeToString()

QString MythVRR::TypeToString ( ) const

Definition at line 121 of file mythvrr.cpp.

◆ Enabled()

bool MythVRR::Enabled ( ) const

Definition at line 106 of file mythvrr.cpp.

◆ GetRange()

MythVRRRange MythVRR::GetRange ( ) const

Definition at line 111 of file mythvrr.cpp.

◆ RangeDescription()

QString MythVRR::RangeDescription ( ) const

Definition at line 133 of file mythvrr.cpp.

◆ IsControllable()

bool MythVRR::IsControllable ( ) const

Definition at line 116 of file mythvrr.cpp.

Member Data Documentation

◆ m_controllable

bool MythVRR::m_controllable { false }

Definition at line 37 of file mythvrr.h.

Referenced by IsControllable(), and MythDRMVRR::~MythDRMVRR().

◆ m_type

VRRType MythVRR::m_type { Unknown }

Definition at line 38 of file mythvrr.h.

Referenced by TypeToString().

◆ m_enabled

bool MythVRR::m_enabled { false }

Definition at line 39 of file mythvrr.h.

Referenced by Enabled().

◆ m_range

MythVRRRange MythVRR::m_range { 0, 0, false }

Definition at line 40 of file mythvrr.h.

Referenced by GetRange(), and RangeDescription().

The documentation for this class was generated from the following files: