ironek69 wrote:There is already timidity driver, but i am not sure if it works. I will give it a try today.
Edit: works flawless in Windows XP, works with custom soundfonts,
Thanks for sharing your experience. Was it TiMidity++/TiMidity++ Windows Synthesizer combination? Can you try it on ROS?
ironek69 wrote:but stores it's config not in the registry, but .cfg file.
Some people (like me) will call that an advantage
grschneider wrote:considering that a human sees ~25 pictures a second. Good for the eyes maybe.
You are mixing up things. 25 (well, 24 actually) was/is used in cinema because it was the minimal frame rate that made an illusion of a "smooth" movement for an average person. As Maniac64 pointed out, you can see increase of smoothness to very high frame rates, 100Hz and more even if you are not "young". The screen refresh rates are a different thing, and it is "felt" rather than "seen" even on a static image (word document for instance) as a "flicker". 50/60Hz is barely manageable even for short work, 72/75 is average and 85+ become comfortable (again for work, not gaming). Oh, and don't mention 50/60Hz "refresh rate" of LCDs, it is pure marketing, as refresh rates are meaningless on this technology.