On 03/24/2013 12:56 PM, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
measured by jack 0.121.0 as reported by QJackCtl on 64bits system
> * Try to find out which controls affect the CPU load. E.g. what happens
As I said, without any input connected or only streaming silence to input 1, the cpu % rises by ~10%.
- no input connected: cpu rise 10%
- silence on input 1: cpu rise 10%
- audio (not silence) on input 1: no cpu rise
- silence on 1 ch of input 1, audio on the other channel: cpu rise by ~5%, same if you reverse the
other inputs are not affected by this. They can be left un-connected or streamed with silence cpu %
With the patch I sent, you can leave input 1 un-connected cpu % stays at ~2% but if you stream
silence to it cpu % rises again to ~10%
With the modifs suggested by Hermann, problem is gone.
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