[Bug 28412] high processor usage of Reaper

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Thu Jan 19 02:38:34 CST 2012


jbh at alchemy.lu changed:

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--- Comment #1 from jbh at alchemy.lu 2012-01-19 02:38:34 CST ---
There is an option prefs->audio->buffering->use native events for syncronizing.
 Turning it off makes reaper run a lot better.  The drawback is still a lot of
cpu usage due to using polling loops to syncronize the audio threads, but this
problem mainly concerns reaper when idling.  When actually doing audio
processing the cpu power will become available to the audio thread.

My theory is that the wineserver architecture presents a bottle neck when using
native events in this manner..

It helps to reduce the number of audio threads used when not needed, also in
the buffering settings.

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