[mythtv-users] Slowdown with higher res display
douglasw0 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 21:12:34 UTC 2007
You're having issues getting the menu to move in a snappy way...
I ran across something like this on a frontend box I try to keep up
downstairs in case I want to pop something open to watch while I'm waiting
on other things to happen on my main computer.
Do you have OpenGL menus setup? If so, try to disable the OpenGL
functionality in the menu and see if that doesn't decrease your load and
increase your performance.
On 4/25/07, Cool Frood <aaranya+mythtv at gmail.com> wrote:
> I recently moved from good old CRT TV to a 1600x1050 resolution LCD
> that I'm using as a TV. After the switch, I find that MythTV is
> running a lot slower when switching between menu screen s. Once the
> video gets going, the performance is fine, but it takes forever to
> move from the initial page to the list of recordings, or getting to
> the DVD archive menu, for example. During this time, I see it doing a
> lot of disk activity. I have a decent NVidia graphics card with 256
> MB of on-board RAM so I don't think that is the problem.
> My guess is that mythfrontend and/or X.org are now taking up a whole
> lot of RAM because of the much higher resolution (2.2x more pixels)
> and the system tends to thrash because I have only 512MB of RAM. Is
> my hunch correct or am I missing something?
> If the RAM is the limiting factor, what choices do I have? Increase
> the RAM? Is there any way to bring down the memory requirement
> without having to reduce the resolution? It bothers me that video
> works fine but the static menus are so slow.
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