Try playing several video files to see if hardware acceleration makes a difference in terms of playback. Quote 4th Apr 200820:37 #12 poisondeathray View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateSep 2007 LocationCanada Do all media files exhibit this behaviour in VLC? Even after reboot. Full Review Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Glass Reviewed by Jedson3614 I have had the pleasure of building in some pretty nice cases over the past year. have a peek here
How much memory are you using in task manager? Switching from default Direct 3D output to ActiveX helps very little--processor load shoots from about 30% to about 90%. If it does, keep the setting enabled. I came across several reviews of the Enthoo Evolv and fell in love with the look of the case, but wondered if...
Why does the U-2 use a chase car when landing? If you are constantly accessing your swap file, also if your hard drive is fragmented when swapping, that could explain choppy play Right now PF usage is 349 MB and Defragmenter Test System Used CPU: AMD FX-8350... so Resource Manager showed me that my CPU cores are being used quite hard - more cores the more I resize the video. 9 answers Last reply Dec 29, 2013 More
VLC playing a file similar to your first file only uses about 5 percent of my Core 2 Duo CPU. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! How To Check If Vlc Is Using Hardware Acceleration solved Physical memory usage is suddenly extremely high?
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So you can't see what program burdens the computer so much. Please share this article About Martin Brinkmann Martin Brinkmann is a journalist from Germany who founded Ghacks Technology News Back in 2005. Reduce Vlc Cpu Usage They were both enabled, disabling them didn't make any difference. Vlc Gpu Acceleration even if I stretch it to use 50% of the other card's outputs, it's smooth - but once I stretch it to fill that last bit, the frame rate tanks.
Originally Posted by poisondeathray How much memory are you using in task manager? navigate here Quote 4th Apr 200808:10 #4 Faustus View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateApr 2002 LocationDallas, TX I've had this exact issue before. Yet a while back(like about 30 minutes ago) they were playing perfectly but now they are playing choppy/laggy. eyefinity doesn't do that - it'll maximize to the whole array, so it'll actually force me to manually resize and place each window every time i log on.i did - honestly Vlc Video Quality Post Processing Level
If you have the latest VLC player and have GPU acceleration on, then it may be a codec problem. Latest tool updates Emby Server 3.1.2 / 3.1.270 Beta kmttg 2.2m madVR 0.91.5 VidCoder 2.44 PlayOn 4.2.75 youtube-dl 2017.01.08 XviD4PSP 7.0.342 Daily / 5.10.346 Advanced Codecs 6.9.6 New media comments Media CPU usage low, Physical memory goes 50-90% 100% Disk Usage (Amongst high memory, and cpu usages) solved Physical Memory Usage Too High solved High physical memory usage 100% CPU usage, High Check This Out Picking the right model for your needs can be a difficult task given all the options to choose from....
I had some kind of malware hiding in my firefox folders, which made my computer slow every time i had a firefox process running. 01-26-2012, 03:54 PM #12 spunk.funk Daum Potplayer Reply Reply post #4 of 22 1/7/13 at 7:52pm Cha0s_Cha0 333mhz Joined: Oct 2011 Location: Houston Posts: 624 Rep: 57 (Unique: 44) Trader Rating: 1 Select Select Playback Devices.
I am by no means a "mouse connoisseur", ain't nobody got time for that. The easiest solution (and the only one I can think of at the moment...) would be to replace your graphics cards with one of the eyefinity 6 cards with 6 displayport I can play flawless 1080p blueray rips on my tiny 4250 iGPU with the FOSS stuff no problem. Vlc Alternative Sort by CPU usage, highest at the top. __________________ 01-21-2012, 06:25 PM #3 MestariHanhi Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2012 Posts: 5 OS: Windows 7 x 64 Ultimate
I bought new stuff, some of which will take a week to arrive, but i'm gonna make one addition.new setup is ASRock Z77 mobo, i5-3570k processor (which i'll have to learn ReplyLeave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.CommentYour NameYour E-mail (will not be published) Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Preventing Audiodg.exe From Hogging CPU Usage Out of all the possible problems, the most common complaint is that the audiodg.exe process hogs CPU process and causes the PC's sound to "stutter" this contact form so yeah, "f" this, i'll just buy a large tv and pipe the movie to that only.i now hate amd.
What does the expression 'seven for seven thirty ' mean? Am I in a botnet or something? Yeah...I guess you'd need to check the VLC build but I just checked mine and lo-and-behold it uses way more CPU than any of my other players (dragon and XBMC). There is no gradual buildup of load, and it doesn't seem to be related to RAM becoming saturated--procexp indicates 55% consistently, and I don't hear any swap file racket. 01-22-2012,
This only appears to happen in VLC, dragon player works just fine (but I much prefer VLC). The VideoLAN Forums Discussion and support for VLC media player and friends Skip to content Search Advanced search Quick links Unanswered topics Active topics Search The team Login Register VideoLAN Forum I get these 100% computer usage times when Thread Tools Search this Thread 01-21-2012, 04:55 PM #1 MestariHanhi Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2012 Posts: 5 OS: Windows The time now is 19:47.
Quote 4th Apr 200819:16 #8 rock.freak667 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJan 2006 LocationTrinidad and Tobago Originally Posted by jagabo You shouldn't have any problems playing Quote 3rd Apr 200819:07 #2 Soopafresh View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJan 2004 LocationUnited States Disable your virus scanning software. It is super fast, once it gets into windows that is. what version do you have?Quote: Originally Posted by Shrak I would say if it's just recently, then possibly a borked update.
More information related to this issue can be found at: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows/fix-for-vlc-skipping-and-lagging-playing-high-def-video-files share|improve this answer answered Jan 1 '15 at 20:37 dash9483 112 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I Also sounds like you might have a bad driver and VLC build. Quote 4th Apr 200819:48 #9 poisondeathray View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateSep 2007 LocationCanada What happens when you play the same media file with another software Thank god I got an Nvidia GPU or I'd be SOL as my mobo is ATI4250.
But this causes the no video to show...well a grey screen is showed instead of the video but the audio still plays. I'm going to stick with what stood out the most for me. The process enables your PC audio driver to run under a separate session as the user that is currently logged in, and is the audio engine for Windows. Some combination of those usually fixes the problem.
To minimize the effect of audiodg.exe on your system, you can try the following method.