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Hollywood performance test [closed]
Posted on 22-Nov-2012 21:21:33
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I did write a small DoubleBuffered testdemo with Hollywood:

http://www.amigaos.info/test.lha



Instead of getting more answers this demo gives me more questions, specially on my Sam440ep/667Mhz:

- When my onboard Radeon M9 was okay and not broken there was no hardware acceleration detected and the demo gives me ~14-20FPS

- Now, the PCI Radeon9250 did hardware acceleration, here i reach stable 60 FPS (VSync on) and max 105 FPS (VSync off) on 32Bit an Compositing turned off, if Compositing is turned on, the Framerate is very unstable and jumps between +/- 15 fps on both VSync on and off . On 16Bit screen no hardware acceleration and just 10-14 FPS.

I will not exclude that the hardware-brush-detection is not automatically equal to hardware acceleration of os4.1 native programs.

Last edited by fingus on 26-Nov-2012 at 10:35 AM.

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 22-Nov-2012 21:36:27
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@fingus

1680x1050x32 screen and R4850HD gfx card on my X1000.

Compositing on:

Vsync on: 59
Vsync off: between 545 and 560

Compositing off:

Vsync on: 59
sync off: between 550 and 570

Last edited by Severin on 22-Nov-2012 at 09:59 PM.

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 22-Nov-2012 22:00:44
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@fingus

On my Pegasos2 G4@1131 and Radeno9000pro 128MB I get:

VSync OFF : about 220
VSync ON : 64

EDIT: sorry wrote wrong gfx card...

Last edited by Tuxedo on 24-Nov-2012 at 11:56 AM.

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Re: Hollywood performance test
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@fingus

On XE-G4 with Radeon 9200:

Compositing On: 148-149 fps. With screen dragged down a bit 144-145 fps

Compositing Off: 147-148 fps With screen dragged down a bit 132 fps


On X1000 with Radeon HD 4670:

629-635 fps with/without compositing

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 3:27:25
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X1000 Compositing on
16 Bit 1920x1080 225FPS
32 Bit 1920x1080 988FPS

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 6:56:50
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Wow those FPS scores are insanely awesome!

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 8:13:25
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@fingus

Nice bench... will try it later (with SAM + M9).

Would it be easy to get more system info to display?
(compositing on / off, screen color depth, GPU info, CPU info)

Hmmm... hardware Acceleration enabled == compositing on?

Is this bench going to become multiplatform?
(killer app for sites like Anandtech that benchmark computers + tablets + phones)

Last edited by KimmoK on 23-Nov-2012 at 08:15 AM.
Last edited by KimmoK on 23-Nov-2012 at 08:13 AM.

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 8:50:54
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@KimmoK

Quote:
Nice bench... will try it later (with SAM + M9).


Maybe with Update5 Hollywood can use Hardware Acceleration.

Quote:
Would it be easy to get more system info to display?


Yes, but it was not planned to make more than this small test.
I just want to see whats possible to choose a good method to bring a new game to AmigaOS.

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hardware Acceleration enabled == compositing on?


No. That are two several shoes

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Is this bench going to become multiplatform?


No, because Hollywood not seem to support Hardware-Accelerated Brushes on PC. I test it on several PC Desktop/Laptop.

@all others:

Impressive Framerate, specially on X1000!

Last edited by fingus on 23-Nov-2012 at 08:51 AM.

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 9:16:47
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@fingus

On a 1680x1050x32 screen (ATI Radeon 9250 gfx card on my Sam440ep Flex 800)

Compositing on:

FPS: 104/106
Vsync: off

Seems quite fast

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sicky 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 10:06:53
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@fingus

On my SAM460 with HD4650 GFX card using screenmode 1920 x 1080 ARGB32 using default settings am getting between 240 to 424

Edit: With VSync off = 426

How do I turn on VSync?

Last edited by sicky on 23-Nov-2012 at 10:13 AM.
Last edited by sicky on 23-Nov-2012 at 10:08 AM.

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 11:12:24
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Sam460, Radeon HD 5450.

300fps, vSync off

@sicky: just press 1 on your Keyboard.

vSync: it is synchronized with your Monitor refresh rate, so if you have 60Hz, the FPS with activated vSync will be 60 (if you are fast enough to get over 60 with vSync off).

If vSync is activated, the visuals are much smoother, also the cpu usage should be lower, with vSync off the Amiga try ti refresh as fast as possible.

vSync off: good for benches
vSync on: best for playing a game, smother (i think you will see this in your tests)




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@fingus

On my SAM460 with HD4650 GFX card using screenmode 1920 x 1080 ARGB32 using default settings am getting between 240 to 424

Edit: With VSync off = 426

How do I turn on VSync?

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 19:52:01
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@fingus

A1XE G4, slow (64-bit) AGP M9/9200

On 56-59
Off 80-84

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sicky 
Re: Hollywood performance test
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@imagodespira

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@sicky: just press 1 on your Keyboard.


With VSync on = 60

Last edited by sicky on 23-Nov-2012 at 08:53 PM.

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 21:46:18
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@fingus

Vsync Off
Sam440ep-Flex =140
Sam460ex =470

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 22:06:04
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@fingus

216 vsync off vs 60 vsync on

on A1XEG4, Radeon9000pro

EDIT on 1280x1024 32bits

Last edited by lionstorm on 23-Nov-2012 at 10:07 PM.

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 23-Nov-2012 22:36:28
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So 32Bit depth speeds up Hollywood stuff... interesting.

Last edited by phoenixkonsole on 23-Nov-2012 at 10:36 PM.

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Posted on 24-Nov-2012 4:16:53
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@Spectre660

Sam460ex = 470

That is very impressive!

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 24-Nov-2012 10:22:34
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@Fairdinkem

It a Radeon HD4850. Maybe the fastest single slot card that currently works with a Sam460ex.May have to mothball it until OS4.2 if I want to use Warp3D.

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Sam460ex = 470

That is very impressive!

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 24-Nov-2012 11:57:44
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@phoenixkonsole

in 24bit Hollywood can use hw aceleration AFAIK :)

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@Fairdinkem

Also getting 470 with a Sam460ex with a Radeon HD6570.
Interesting.

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