Re: dvd + xine = 100% CPU?
George Hein wrote:
Hugo Vanwoerkom wrote:
No problem with newer PC's. A three years ago xine worked well on a
thinkpad 600e (predecessor to T20), but shortly after with wine upgrades
it no longer would run there, but OK on T20. Now I have a T42, and also
a faster desktop, no problems. The older laptops and desktops will
still play DVD's using Win98 and do the job but forget about using newer
I play .avi files with xine and get about 17% CPU usage with them.
I play a DVD with xine and the CPU shoots up to 97% and xine complains
about missing frames.
Also try FFPLAY,
ffplay doesn't seem to do it.
Tried mplayer, that dies.
But with xine, if I leave 2 xine windows partially over the viewing
screen the CPU goes down to 30%
Seems to be a xine foible.