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post #111 of 117 (permalink) Old 09-10-2016, 05:40 PM
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I believe so.....

https://www.overclock.net/t/1590569/mousetester-software-reloaded#post_24873089


Most important changes from v1.2:
Dual device mode with built-in supprort for measuring input lag
PNG export features: non-transparent, not only 800×600
Automatic saving of several settings
Hotkey for collecting
Sum vs. Time plot type, just like in MouseComparator
Frequency vs. Time plot type

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Little confused with how to use this program still, tried to give it ago a few times... All 3 images are from the same swipe test.

Mouse: EC2A - 1000hz

When I swipe fast from left to right multiple times, I get the following graph




...but as soon as I clip the Data Point start/end for the slower movements, the graph changes and shows a lot more deviations...




... and when I simply zoom in without changing Data Point start/end there's no deviations at all????


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post #114 of 117 (permalink) Old 02-17-2020, 11:03 AM
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count vs time

Concerning counts vs time graph: what does the y-axis display?
I can see a dot every 1ms (1000 Hz mouse) which is good. The graph looks like a hyperbola. What does this mean, there is no unit on the axis. What exactly goes up and down. The amount of counts stay the same, namely 1 count every ms.
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1 report every ms, a count is a unit of distance traveled, sensitivity is counts per inch.

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post #116 of 117 (permalink) Old 02-17-2020, 02:22 PM
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Little confused with how to use this program still, tried to give it ago a few times... All 3 images are from the same swipe test.

Mouse: EC2A - 1000hz

When I swipe fast from left to right multiple times, I get the following graph


...but as soon as I clip the Data Point start/end for the slower movements, the graph changes and shows a lot more deviations...


... and when I simply zoom in without changing Data Point start/end there's no deviations at all????
I'm sincerely astonished.

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post #117 of 117 (permalink) Old 02-17-2020, 06:00 PM
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eh looks pretty good
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