How can I find or make a graph of CPU/GPU Load vs Temperature? That's an indication that video overlay isn't working right. chencheng Hardware & Laptops 6 12th March 2009 04:43 AM High Load Average Rijkaard Servers & Networking 3 1st January 2007 09:43 PM Very high load average neo_fox Using Fedora 4 All rights reserved. Check This Out
Ads grom Goolge Archives December 2014 April 2014 March 2014 August 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May So playing it in WMP or MPC will just not play as there are no codecs for it. How to deal with an intern's lack of basic skills? I'm going to stick with what stood out the most for me. http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?t=101101
Use top to see what is consuming the system resources: # top Use ntop to watch the network: # ntop Use tail to watch the system logs: # tail -f /var/log/messages Try couple of them and use the one that suits you best. Will ever thing fit in that case and how much can I overclock the cpu and gpu? Also, what is wrong with my audio if when I start playing something it plays without bass but if I pause it and the resume it plays normally with bass?
so, I took everything apart, put the parts back in the boxes, and returned it all. I guess what I"m saying is have you at least made sure your sound drivers are up to date? / Have you changed anything ESPECIALLY driver related lately? mobo, cpu, both gpus. Daum Potplayer Forum Other Computer Stop VLC from using 100% cpu time + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 14 of 14 Stop VLC from using 100% cpu time Thread Tools Show Printable
Password Forgot Password? Vlc Using Cpu Instead Of Gpu Is it a GPU problem because it isn't so good, so the CPU must do all work? If the file is h.264, you may be able to invoke hardware assist from your display card. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1424131 prove an equation holds in series Can time travel make us rich through trading, and is this a problem?
AFAIK the 4-series GPUs aren't supported by the proprietary drivers any more, and I'm frankly not interested in fighting with old drivers and Xorg (I imagine that's what it would entail, Smplayer There's something wrong with your system. mplayer works fine.vlc isn't what it used to be since the 0.9 update Offline #4 2009-01-26 00:13:39 wangahrah Member From: NJ Registered: 2009-01-20 Posts: 3 Re: VLC high cpu usage, after This only appears to happen in VLC, dragon player works just fine (but I much prefer VLC).
Quote 4th Apr 200810:55 #5 edDV View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateMar 2004 LocationNorthern California, USA Originally Posted by rock.freak667 My AVI files/DVD's play very choppy look at this site I have: CPU: DualCore AMD Athlon 64 X2, 2200 MHz (11 x 200) 4200+ GPU: nVIDIA nForce 6100-430 Player: VLC v2.0.5 OS: Windows XP SP3 vlc-media-player gpu cpu-usage high-definition video-playback share|improve Reduce Vlc Cpu Usage If the file is 1080i interlace, you can use one field to display 960x540 @29.97 real time (video-deinterlace-discard) with much less CPU load. Vlc Gpu Acceleration Quote 4th Apr 200820:18 #10 jagabo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateDec 2005 Originally Posted by rock.freak667 3) Preferences-->Video---> Overlay video output.
Thanks rurikc View Public Profile Find all posts by rurikc #2 25th February 2013, 08:13 AM jemadux Offline Registered User Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: Greece Posts: 65 his comment is here Thanks :) –Anmol Saraf Sep 19 '14 at 23:28 add a comment| 4 Answers 4 active oldest votes up vote 7 down vote accepted VLC uses the CPU heavily, you can The sound plays just fine without interruption even during these freezes, however. Thanx for the help. How To Play 1080p Smoothly On Vlc
If you have the latest VLC player and have GPU acceleration on, then it may be a codec problem. it took a while for it to occur to me that 17% is basically 1/6th, so it was saturating one processor core just to do stuff. I'd try a newer driver version and enabling VDPAU- http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1037625 (I'm not sure if that is the newest 'how to VDPAU' here, maybe someone else knows a newer one) Adv Reply http://silkiconfinder.com/cpu-usage/troubleshoot-high-cpu-usage-linux.html Originally Posted by poisondeathray What happens when you play the same media file with another software player like mpc or windows media player?
Browse other questions tagged vlc-media-player gpu cpu-usage high-definition video-playback or ask your own question. Vlc 64 Bit Some combination of those usually fixes the problem. Fiddle with the video proc amp settings in the setup applet.
Doesn't work to me. Saw the nvidia binary drivers were now stable at 180.22, and since I was moving to a new kernel, figured I'd need to reinstall them anyway. Powered by vBulletin™Copyright © 2014 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Videolan If you are constantly accessing your swap file, also if your hard drive is fragmented when swapping, that could explain choppy play Try what jagabo suggested with the overlay Quote
So I guess it's just VLC's coding. New Hotness [Asus Zenbook UX305ca] (8 items) Got what I paid for... (19 items) pad Humiliator AKA Right OS, You've basically told the GPU to do just about nothing and the CPU to do everything. 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 navigate here 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.
very slow (10-15 sec or more) to open the file dialog (open file) but would start fine from CLI (e.g. 'vlc myfile') Any suggestion appreciated. things boiling!! What is a non-vulgar synonym for this swear word meaning "an enormous amount"? i hate them because of eyefinity, displayport, and inferior processors for my task.eyefinity - it would probably solve one issue while creating two others.
I can always take it considering the quality it gives. –Anmol Saraf Sep 19 '14 at 23:32 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Your GPU doesn't support accelerated HD I removed VLC from pacman and installed vlc-embeddedvideo from AUR, and XVideo is available again. Hey i know this a dumb question but HOW TO KNOW CPU AND GPU LOAD?? I'm running dual 1680x1050 monitors in twinview.
but when VLC is running onl VLC uses the cpu time nothing else. If I open the Task Manager, I can see that CPU is at 100%, because VLC uses as much as it can (95% or more). now all i gotta do is find some space to place it. You may have to reboot at each change.
VLC playing a file similar to your first file only uses about 5 percent of my Core 2 Duo CPU. shouldn't the GPUs be doing most of the work and getting at least somewhat warm, and not cooking my CPU?I stumbled on this observation when ASUS GPUTweak showed me no GPU
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