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I saw in a reddit post search that Parsec now supports this natively, and if it detects both host and client on the same network, it will not force any WAN streaming - LAN only. Is this correct? I’ve been looking for a similar confirmation as well, that as long as you stay on your local network then you are not using any of your ISP data.Which is the default setting for Parsec on Windows 10?
Use 1 for VSync (default), or 0 for turning it off. Run the Parsec application in windowed mode while connected. Set this to 0 for fullscreen (default), or 1 for windowed mode. Display the Parsec overlay button in the top-left while connected. Set this to 1 for displaying it (default), or 0 for hiding it.What's the maximum bandwidth that parsec can use?
The maximum amount of bandwidth Parsec will use while streaming video to everyone connected to this computer. By default this is 10. The stream's frames per second. If you join your own computer, this will also try to change the display's refresh rate to match. Setting this above 60 may cause instability in some devices. By default this is 60.Can you use VSync while connected to Parsec?
Use VSync while connected. VSync increases latency, but eliminates screen tearing. On some Intel decoders, you can actually turn this option off and continue to play without tearing. Use 1 for VSync (default), or 0 for turning it off. Run the Parsec application in windowed mode while connected.