I’m trying to get a Windows VM to run Fusion360 and doing alright in that respect. I currently am using libvirt, qemu, intel gvt-g, and virt-viewer. The framerate of virt-viewer is low-ish (around 30fps) but usable.
I’ve started trying Looking Glass today, and after getting the shmem stuff setup, have it working.
However, the framerate is much lower than virt-viewer. I’ve got a demo video recorded that shows native linux (firefox), virt-viewer, and Looking Glass.
Looking Glass noticably lowers the performance of the viewer (~30fps to ~10fps), and I’m not quite sure why.
- looking-glass-client 2973319bff80bf1531265bdbec6707bdda3f40eb
- qemu-system-x86_64 v5.0.0
Best I can tell, things are configured correctly – the guest vm (windows) correctly sees my video chipset (Intel HD Graphics 530).
I can attach my libvirt xml if needed.
Any ideas what I can look into trying to resolve this?