How to reduce parole's loading of the system?
gymka at mail.ru
Tue Mar 27 07:06:19 CEST 2012
2012.03.27 00:32, Maximilien Noal rašė:
> On 03/26/2012 11:22 PM, Chris Green wrote:
>> I'm running parole to listen to BBC .asx audio streams and it's not
>> managing at all well. It's buffering all the time and losing around
>> half of the audio stream which makes it unusable.
>> Is there any way to reduce the amount of processor time it needs? It
>> seems (according to top) to be using 30% or more of the processor though
>> not much memory.
>> This is on an atom based netbook, so it's not a super powerful system
>> but I'd expect it to be able to stream audio.
> Why not try audacious instead (it can stream audio, but I don't know if
> it likes .asx streams), or banshee, mplayer, or vlc... ?
> (audacious seems to use less memory at startup compared to Parole BTW.
> Maybe it will use less CPU cycles too.)
> Just my 2 cents.
if you need play internet streams and you care about resources use
http://radiotray.sourceforge.net/ it plays all formats and uses not much
resources, definetely less then audacious, but it not plays local files.
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