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Imprecise timing in Firefox #348

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webnard opened this Issue Oct 1, 2013 · 1 comment

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webnard commented Oct 1, 2013

I have some plugins that I'm trying to have as precise as possible. Changing to frameAnimation: true improved precision, and it Google Chrome it works perfectly.* In Firefox, the timing is at least a tenth of a second off. When dealing with certain things like muting specific words within a sentence, this can make or break the application.

  • or at least well enough to be indistinguishable from perfect timing
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ScottDowne commented Oct 1, 2013

Are you using pure html5 or youtube? This sounds like youtube because in
chrome it uses html5, which is much much more percise, youtube in firefox
uses flash, which is locked to keyframes.

Might be what you're seeing.

On 1 October 2013 14:42, Ian Hunter notifications@github.com wrote:

I have some plugins that I'm trying to have as precise as possible.
Changing to frameAnimation: true improved precision, and it Google Chrome
it works perfectly.* In Firefox, the timing is at least a tenth of a second
off. When dealing with certain things like muting specific words within a
sentence, this can make or break the application.

  • or at least well enough to be indistinguishable from perfect timing


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