Trailing blurry visual outline on video game objects

  1. OtherWay1982's Avatar
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    Trailing blurry visual outline on video game objects


    This maybe a hard problem to narrow down and ill probably try to get a screen shot or two in a few days ;
    in video games there is this blurry outline that trails behind objects in motion or stationary objects viewed while moving .

    It look like maybe some anti aliasing is not following the image fast enough and is just trailing outlines.

    If i had to describe it like if a character is moving so fast trailing copies of itself fade behind. but its just the outline and its like a translucent blur .


    The graphics card is 1050 ti. dont know if this is a problem among all Nivida cards or this model, or just my card settings.

    I have the latest drivers for it. What can i do to possibly remove this effect ?

    Is there settings i can adjust to remove this possibly ?
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    OtherWay1982 said:
    This maybe a hard problem to narrow down and ill probably try to get a screen shot or two in a few days ;
    in video games there is this blurry outline that trails behind objects in motion or stationary objects viewed while moving .

    It look like maybe some anti aliasing is not following the image fast enough and is just trailing outlines.

    If i had to describe it like if a character is moving so fast trailing copies of itself fade behind. but its just the outline and its like a translucent blur .


    The graphics card is 1050 ti. dont know if this is a problem among all Nivida cards or this model, or just my card settings.

    I have the latest drivers for it. What can i do to possibly remove this effect ?

    Is there settings i can adjust to remove this possibly ?
    Sounds like you may need to adjust the overdrive setting on your monitor.

    LCD Motion Artifacts 101: Introduction | Blur Busters

    Open the menu (osd) on your monitor, look for overdrive/od/trace free (they are all the same thing). Use this page to adjust..

    UFO Test: Ghosting
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  3. OtherWay1982's Avatar
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    fluidz said:
    Sounds like you may need to adjust the overdrive setting on your monitor.

    LCD Motion Artifacts 101: Introduction | Blur Busters

    Open the menu (osd) on your monitor, look for overdrive/od/trace free (they are all the same thing). Use this page to adjust..

    UFO Test: Ghosting

    I believe that this is not a problem with the monitor. because this only happens in games. 3d games.

    but video is fine .will give that a quick glances. but highly doubt.

    I believe this is a technical issue with the graphics card itself and the way it renders the games visual effects.
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    Is the problem same as the video in What is Monitor Ghosting and How To Fix It
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  5. Pejole2165's Avatar
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    I use a 1050Ti, have never had that issue, so not the card, it has to be either a monitor setting as mentioned above, a driver setting (DSR perhaps or scaling), or a game setting (some games have a motion blur option).
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    That is a Graphics effect, Motion Blur, if you don't like it switch it off in the Game settings.

    Assuming they give you that choice.
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    OtherWay1982 said:
    This maybe a hard problem to narrow down and ill probably try to get a screen shot or two in a few days ;
    in video games there is this blurry outline that trails behind objects in motion or stationary objects viewed while moving .

    It look like maybe some anti aliasing is not following the image fast enough and is just trailing outlines.
    I dunno, but have you ever additionally got what looked like frame-skipping? Do you do online-multiplayer?
    If both true, then highly likely packet loss.
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    Ive had something similar occur, to what op mentioned, which isnt related to any of the possible solutiosn above, I always thought it was a gsync thing. Sometimes when im gaming with gsync turned on, (gsync makes everything look silky smooth), after a while, with some demanding games, such as bf1 and dying light, the silky smoothness stops, but the framerate reads the same, 100fps+, and gsync indicator is still on, but it appears like gsync turned itself off, and each frame has a white blur to it. When this happens, if i check the frametime graph, it shows that the frametimes are bouncing up and down, with peaks, but the framerate is consistent, the frametimes and framerate doesnt match. I never have worked out what caused it.
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  9. OtherWay1982's Avatar
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    Seems to get better when i turn on or off certain graphical settings in Nividia Control panel 3d settings for games or globally .
    and in game graphics for how it used the cards settings as well.

    Its in two games i play Apex Legends, and Star Citizen by CIG.

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    fluidz said:
    Ive had something similar occur, to what op mentioned, which isnt related to any of the possible solutiosn above, I always thought it was a gsync thing..
    I think it has something to do with anti aliasing settings. And Anisotropic filtering .
    trilinear bilinear anisotropic settings. maybe nivida or the game is not really allowing me to fully control it . Assuming this is causing the visual anomaly .

    Ill get example images up soon or later.
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