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Tap Speed: 40 taps / 5.038 seconds.
Stream Speed: 119.09 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 95.68386.

Tap Speed: 40 taps / 4.119 seconds.
Stream Speed: 145.67 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 71.48601.

Tap Speed: 40 taps / 4.228 seconds.
Stream Speed: 141.91 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 95.4157.

Conclusion: This test is nonsense. If anything it is not calculating UR correctly at least.
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Tap Speed: 4000taps
Stream Speed: 405.02 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 45.6
The trick Is don't mash the button but push it
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Ryoid wrote:

Tap Speed: 4000taps
Stream Speed: 405.02 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 45.6
The trick Is don't mash the button but push it
Pretty slow for 6 digit.
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Ryoid wrote:

Tap Speed: 4000taps
Stream Speed: 405.02 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 45.6
The trick Is don't mash the button but push it
what a god
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Tap Speed: 20 taps / 1.199 seconds.
Stream Speed: 250.21 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 151.14889.

Tap Speed: 100 taps / 6.212 seconds.
Stream Speed: 241.47 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 259.76339.

Without music it's hard to reach your max speed.
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Those stream testing programs are pretty much useless. When you consider all elements of streaming (speed, stamina, accuracy and aim), the only way to really test yourself is with real maps.

A general way to improve in the main areas of streaming would be:

Speed - Play lots of maps with burst streams (short streams) above your comfortable limit

Stamina - Playing maps with longer streams than you are usually comfortable with

Accuracy - Playing streams around or under your limit while focusing specifically on fluid and consistent motion that allows you to match the hitsounds to the music as closely as possible. If you're playing a map with a relatively low aim requirement you can even look at your error bar to adjust to the live feedback during play.

Aim - This will mostly develop on its own just by playing higher star rating maps. You'll encounter increasingly spaced streams as you play more difficult maps. As long as you aren't avoiding specific map types and playing a good variety your stream aim will improve as you improve at the game overall.
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Barusamikosu wrote:

Those stream testing programs are pretty much useless. When you consider all elements of streaming (speed, stamina, accuracy and aim), the only way to really test yourself is with real maps.

A general way to improve in the main areas of streaming would be:

Speed - Play lots of maps with burst streams (short streams) above your comfortable limit

Stamina - Playing maps with longer streams than you are usually comfortable with

Accuracy - Playing streams around or under your limit while focusing specifically on fluid and consistent motion that allows you to match the hitsounds to the music as closely as possible. If you're playing a map with a relatively low aim requirement you can even look at your error bar to adjust to the live feedback during play.

Aim - This will mostly develop on its own just by playing higher star rating maps. You'll encounter increasingly spaced streams as you play more difficult maps. As long as you aren't avoiding specific map types and playing a good variety your stream aim will improve as you improve at the game overall.
This guy know
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Barusamikosu wrote:

Those stream testing programs are pretty much useless. When you consider all elements of streaming (speed, stamina, accuracy and aim), the only way to really test yourself is with real maps.

A general way to improve in the main areas of streaming would be:

Speed - Play lots of maps with burst streams (short streams) above your comfortable limit

Stamina - Playing maps with longer streams than you are usually comfortable with

Accuracy - Playing streams around or under your limit while focusing specifically on fluid and consistent motion that allows you to match the hitsounds to the music as closely as possible. If you're playing a map with a relatively low aim requirement you can even look at your error bar to adjust to the live feedback during play.

Aim - This will mostly develop on its own just by playing higher star rating maps. You'll encounter increasingly spaced streams as you play more difficult maps. As long as you aren't avoiding specific map types and playing a good variety your stream aim will improve as you improve at the game overall.
baru why aren't you shitposting instead :thinking:
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StephOsu wrote:

baru why aren't you shitposting instead :thinking:
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Probably because I die a little inside every time I see a score from that program posted on G&R.

Alternative guide inspired by Steph: Play more
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120 BPM? You really suck, may as well quit.
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Barusamikosu wrote:

Probably because I die a little inside every time I see a score from that program posted on G&R.

Alternative guide inspired by Steph: Play more
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same tbh
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StephOsu wrote:

Barusamikosu wrote:

Probably because I die a little inside every time I see a score from that program posted on G&R.

Alternative guide inspired by Steph: Play more
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same tbh
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yea
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B1rd wrote:

120 BPM? You really suck, may as well quit.
this guy knows
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Tap Speed: 50 taps / 1.619 seconds.
Stream Speed: 463.25 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 11.2712.

huh.. seems good to me.
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Kajiin wrote:

Tap Speed: 50 taps / 1.619 seconds.
Stream Speed: 463.25 bpm.
Unstable Rate: 11.2712.

huh.. seems good to me.
Seems legit. But You should use the 2 fingers next time, not only singletap :v
I would love to know what speed can reach the fastest players. Can anyone reach 400bpm? Or what is the límit reached?
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ManuelOsuPlayer wrote:

Seems legit. But You should use the 2 fingers next time, not only singletap :v
I would love to know what speed can reach the fastest players. Can anyone reach 400bpm? Or what is the límit reached?
I see some people on the youtube can stream 509bpm but don't remmember who
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Ryoid wrote:

ManuelOsuPlayer wrote:

Seems legit. But You should use the 2 fingers next time, not only singletap :v
I would love to know what speed can reach the fastest players. Can anyone reach 400bpm? Or what is the límit reached?
I see some people on the youtube can stream 509bpm but don't remmember who
I don't think that's possible. 509 BPM is way so far even to do short streams. Was a hacker for sure, or using programed keyboard or something. The fastest plays i watched are around 300 BPM. But good acc. Probably those who make 300bpm streams >95% acc can reach around 320/330 bpm without miss.
I have really bad coordination low time playing and bad keyboard too. If i can burst around 280bpm being a really bad player, there have to be people bursting around 370-400bpm. But i can't find any plays from those.
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ManuelOsuPlayer wrote:

there have to be people bursting around 370-400bpm. But i can't find any plays from those.
:hangthinking:
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to be fair 400BPM triples/5 note burst are possible to play
even 500BPM actually
but if it's burst chain then it's another story
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yes, I can strem 1000bpm 2 notes
fight me
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