Greed Jun 27 @ 5:28pm
Very low FPS
I have very low FPS.It's usually around 3-10 when moving the camera and doing actions.Yet when I go in-game,it runs at a higher rate than TF2 itself.Help?

Edit:Thanks guys.Turning off both lighting and AO got me over 20 fps
Last edited by Greed; Jun 29 @ 6:42am
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ClintonM0 | C:ll>o Jun 27 @ 5:29pm 
That's weird. Does this happen in a blank project? Also, what map are you using?
Greed Jun 27 @ 5:35pm 
It also happens on a blank project.I'm using this map;

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=247973868&searchtext=

Specs of my PC.
HP 2000 Notebook PC
Windows 8.1 64-bit
Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3110M CPU @ 2.40GHz
4GB
Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000
Realtek High Definition Audio
ClintonM0 | C:ll>o Jun 27 @ 5:38pm 
Hmmm... That really isn't a good computer to run a software like SFM. Try lowering viewport resolution.
Pte Jack Jun 27 @ 7:08pm 
Problem is your Intel HD-4000... I'm actually surprized you're not getting the ol' "white diagonal line" problem.
Greed Jun 27 @ 7:25pm 
Originally posted by Pte Jack:
Problem is your Intel HD-4000... I'm actually surprized you're not getting the ol' "white diagonal line" problem.

I actually made a SFM vid before that was just me messing around.
Vintage Jun 28 @ 12:57am 
Did you turn off ambient occlusion? Disabling lighting can also help with performance while editing videos.
Greed Jun 28 @ 11:07am 
Originally posted by Vintage:
Did you turn off ambient occlusion? Disabling lighting can also help with performance while editing videos.

Since the map I'm using is really dark,I can't disable lighting.
Vintage Jun 28 @ 11:16am 
Since the map you're using is really dark, you should DEFINITELY disable lighting.
raptornx01 Jun 28 @ 1:06pm 
believe it or not, the map is dark BECAUSE of lighting. turning it off will make it brighter.
Greed Jun 28 @ 1:07pm 
Thanks for the help guise.I'll try what you've said so far and see what happens.
Skitt64 Jun 28 @ 7:08pm 
First thing you want to do is turn off ambient occlusion. I get this problem as well, as my laptop has pretty much the exact same specs. Just remember to turn Ambient Occlusion back on when rendering.
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