Sign in to follow this  
Rick Brewster

PdnBench updated for Paint.NET v3.0 (benchmark)

Recommended Posts

Mine crashes at Linear reflected gradient but when was with my old graphic card this didn't happen.

Processor:
Memory: 2047 MB

Using 2 threads.
Loading image ... (1024 x 768) done
Rotate/Zoom at 0.00 degrees (3x) ...  1244 milliseconds
Rotate/Zoom at 70.00 degrees (3x) ...  1197 milliseconds
Rotate/Zoom at 140.00 degrees (3x) ...  1217 milliseconds
Rotate/Zoom at 210.00 degrees (3x) ...  1205 milliseconds
Rotate/Zoom at 280.00 degrees (3x) ...  1331 milliseconds
Rotate/Zoom at 350.00 degrees (3x) ...  1265 milliseconds
Oil Painting, brush size = 1, coarseness = 10 (1x) ...  489 milliseconds
Oil Painting, brush size = 1, coarseness = 85 (1x) ...  1408 milliseconds
Oil Painting, brush size = 4, coarseness = 10 (1x) ...  2308 milliseconds
Oil Painting, brush size = 4, coarseness = 85 (1x) ...  3351 milliseconds
Blur with radius of 2 (1x) ...  668 milliseconds
Blur with radius of 4 (1x) ...  1222 milliseconds
Blur with radius of 8 (1x) ...  2294 milliseconds
Blur with radius of 16 (1x) ...  4344 milliseconds
Blur with radius of 32 (1x) ...  7763 milliseconds
Sharpen with value of 1 (1x) ...  696 milliseconds
Sharpen with value of 4 (1x) ...  957 milliseconds
Clouds, roughness = 81 (2x) ...  1452 milliseconds
Clouds, roughness = 27 (2x) ...  749 milliseconds
Clouds, roughness = 9 (2x) ...  541 milliseconds
Median, radius 4 (1x) ...  875 milliseconds
Median, radius 16 (1x) ...  2084 milliseconds
Median, radius 64 (1x) ...  7465 milliseconds
Unfocus, radius 4 (1x) ...  1236 milliseconds
Unfocus, radius 16 (1x) ...  2610 milliseconds
Unfocus, radius 64 (1x) ...  8733 milliseconds
Motion Blur, Horizontal (1x) ...  3768 milliseconds
Motion Blur, Vertical (1x) ...  4964 milliseconds
Resize from 1024x768 to 512x384 ...  109 milliseconds
Resize from 512x384 to 1024x768 ...  421 milliseconds
Resize from 1024x768 to 1536x1152 ...  883 milliseconds
Resize from 1536x1152 to 1024x768 ...  388 milliseconds
Resize from 1024x768 to 2560x1920 ...  2499 milliseconds
Resize from 2560x1920 to 1024x768 ...  372 milliseconds
Resize from 1024x768 to 3584x2688 ...  4862 milliseconds
Resize from 3584x2688 to 1024x768 ...  408 milliseconds
Linear reflected gradient @ 4096x3072 (5x) ...
Excepção não processada: System.TypeLoadException: Não foi possível carregar o t
ipo 'PaintDotNet.BoxedConstants' da assemblagem 'PaintDotNet.Core, Version=3.8.2
708.22785, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'.
  em PdnBench.GradientBenchmark.OnExecute()
  em PdnBench.Benchmark.Execute()
  em PdnBench.Startup.Main(String[] args)
Prima qualquer tecla para continuar . . .

Try to guess my crappy CPU :o

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

alright. im probably the dumbes programmer here but how do i use this?

if i have to put it in my pdn directory and run it from command prompt then im doing it right but i dont understand two things:

1. what is the patch thing for?

2. my pdn directory is located at C:\Paint.NET

when i open command prompt it says: C\documents and settings\lev>

how can i drop it to being just C:\ (i used to know this)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Yeah just use the inverted ones, the forum doesn't allow me to display them correctly.

And sorry I read it too quicky, you said your PdN folder is at c:/Paint.NET so type

cd C:/Paint.NET

Replace the / by a backslash (the other way).

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

PdnBench just hasn't been updated for the latest releases of Paint.NET. That's why this topic isn't currently a sticky.

I will make sure to update it for the v3.20 release.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Sign in to follow this