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Armin2208

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[REQUEST] DXTory and Windows 10 UWP Games without V-Sync
« on: July 22, 2016, 02:27:11 am »
Hello,
DXTory supports the new UWP in Windows 10 since Version 2.0.133. This is really amazing!
At the release of the Update, the UWP Games must have activated V-Sync. But with an Update from Microsoft they added the capability to deactivate V-Sync and use G-Sync and Freesync.
Now i wanted to record Forza. But DXTory isn't recognizing the Game. I was really wondering. Then i activatet 60FPS Lock with V-Sync and immediately the DXTory Overlay shows at the left top and i can again record.
But V-Sync isn't really great for Gaming, because of the delay. It would be awesome if DXTory get the capability to also record UWP-Games without V-Sync in the near future.
Thank you!

johnooo

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Re: [REQUEST] DXTory and Windows 10 UWP Games without V-Sync
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2016, 12:18:23 am »
Agreed the new Windows 10 Anniversary update has really messed up DXTory for me (with UWP games). All my UWP games supported DXtory before the Windows 10 anniversary update. But now only a few work and the rest don't.

UWP games that do work with DXTORY after anniversary update:
Forza 6
Age of Empires Castle Siege
Shuffle Party
UNO & Friends

Games that do NOT work with DXTORY after the Windows anniversary update:
Gears Of War Ultimate Edition
Halo 5 Forge
Rise Of The Tomb Raider
Minecraft Windows 10 Edition
Ori & The Blind Forest
Hitman Go

I hope this issue gets sorted soon. The main reason I bought DXTory is for the DWP support.




obviouslyjesus

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Re: [REQUEST] DXTory and Windows 10 UWP Games without V-Sync
« Reply #2 on: October 02, 2016, 12:04:48 pm »
Same thing happened to me.  I believe the Vsync trick is what worked for me before, but now it doesn't. Hopefully the same fate does not befall GoW4 upon release.  Could be that I now have a Gsync monitor though.