Le lundi 28 janvier 2008 à 12:07 +0100, Ondrej Wisniewski a écrit : > > There is a problem with xine, the openchrome driver and VDR. You are too > > slow - I am seeing 9-12% CPU with current openchrome even with this bug. > > > > I am using vdr-xine rather than xineliboutput <snip> > that was not the answer I was hoping for ;-) > Are you saying that there is a bug regarding OSD usage with the > combination xine, openchrome and VDR? Can you explain a little more? Any > ways around that?
Sorry I forgot to say I am using Fedora Core 8. There is an issue with libxcb and threads - it is fixed in OpenSuze10.3 says Reinhard. With the OSD I have increase in CPU load and, in the terminal I am running Xine from, warning that I don't have enough colors etc. Can't zap from horizontal to vertical polarization. Screen goes blue and VDR restarts I am currently using the multiproto driver linked from the 1.5.14 announcement. > Regarding CPU load I need to check that again at home. I was reporting > the overall CPU load on my PC. I should probably check just the > consumption of VDR and sxfe. To complicate things the VDR get's it's > videostream using streamdev-client from the server box. OK 26% total on M10000 is about the same as mine xine 11% average X 3-4% vdr 3-4% + other proccessus Tony -- _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr