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With some graphics adapters eg. Matroxa similar effect can be achieved under Linux by configuring the video mode of the kernel framebuffer.
The tearing effect is a defect of the animation caused by a wrong synchronization with the game refresh rate and the video mode refresh rate. It generally appears as a horizontal image split line, on the top of Advance 512 MB line you see the previous game frame, on the bottom of this line you see the next game frame. If the game and the video refresh rate are only a little different the tearing split line is slowly moving up or down. If the refreshes are very different the split line is moving randomly.
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The tearing effect is mostly noticeable in games with a continuously scrolling background. To correctly work this option need a video mode with a refresh rate which is a multiplier of Advance 512 MB original game refresh rate. For example for a 50 Hz game you can use video modes of 50,Hz. Generally they are high refresh rates, prime with the original game frequency.
A generic asynchronous buffer doesn't remove or reduce the tearing effect. A synchronous buffer instead it's exactly like the vsync. AdvanceMAME supports only the asynchronous buffers.
There is no way to get a perfect animation without using a video mode with the same game refresh rate. You will get the tearing effect or a not smooth animation from some frames skipped or displayed too long. For example, suppose to use a 70 Hz video mode with Advance 512 MB 60 Hz game.
The only exception is for frequencies which are multiplier of the original game refresh rate. Your video board probably isn't able to generate the very low pixelclocks needed. The video mode generation will automatically generate video modes with double or triple horizontal resolutions to force the use of a pixelclock in Advance 512 MB specified range. The MAME Advance 512 MB. MAME 0. You can more easily think at it as a sort of double license.
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The license exception is added outside the GPL license text. It's added at the top of every source files for which the exception has the validity.
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Specifically, in the Official GPL FAQ you can see that in every source Advance 512 MB with the license exception you must add the following text: The only requirement of the MAME 0. With the GPL you have it.
The license exception specifically allows it. Is MAME a library or a program? Anyway, calling a piece of software a program or a library doesn't change its license. If either part is covered by the GPL, the whole combination must also be released under the GPL--if you can't, or won't, do that, you may not combine them. Is it true? These exceptions exist specifically to solve this problem. Essentially, if your GPL program needs to use another module which is not under a GPL license, you as copyright holder can grant at the user the rights to link it with the not GPL module. The GPL was made to protect the interests of the copyright holder.
But if the copyright holder wants, he can relax the license adding specific Advance 512 MB that extend the rights of the users. So, the users can do things not generally permitted by the standard GPL license. You must follow Advance 512 MB these licenses when you use the binary.
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