Compositor WS kernel eight channel synchronization experiment
The main idea in multithread kernel is to create a truly independent calculation for several streams apart of kernel protection functions. The experiment with 8 decks was conducted and different types of material submitted to Compositor WS kernel. At first, loops were introduced in one-threaded operation and the shutter issue raised. Second, the multi-thread operation was aimed by submitting complete tracks into the kernel, directly injecting them. The experiment evidently shows the need to synchronize the material, because 8 real-time generators are independent. Under these conditions, no threat was qualified to the kernel, which means it could be used for multithread operations such as DJ software for music mixing.
Here is a video I shot after this experiment and it showcases Compositor 5.0 assistment in Flanker 2.0 manual landing with keyboard.