Reflex Latency Analyzer API

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Brainlet
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Reflex Latency Analyzer API

Post by Brainlet » 16 Oct 2021, 23:49

The new Reflex monitors (e.g. AW2521H) provide the possibility to measure system latency and display it on the OSD after each click. However, gathering a large sample size is extremely time-consuming due to having to manually gather and process the samples (recording video with phone / writing down values in real-time + processing it afterwards). Has an experienced developer checked whether it's possible to write a very light-weight tool that accesses the register the OSD latency value is stored in after each click and ultimately dumps all values to a file once you're done gathering the target sample size? In combination with onboard mouse macros, this would enable fully automated testing.
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Re: Reflex Latency Analyzer API

Post by jorimt » 17 Oct 2021, 11:12

Brainlet wrote:
16 Oct 2021, 23:49
The new Reflex monitors (e.g. AW2521H) provide the possibility to measure system latency and display it on the OSD after each click. However, gathering a large sample size is extremely time-consuming due to having to manually gather and process the samples (recording video with phone / writing down values in real-time + processing it afterwards).
I have both an LDAT and a Reflex Latency Analyzer-capable monitor (PG279QM), and was also surprised to find there wasn't any such tool available to log or aggregated the captured data with the latter, whereas the LDAT indeed already does include such software.
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