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helium unusable

without do anothing (14100)


HE using 32% of CPU, 60% of GPU

check your Framerate of your GUI.


greets



Which view does this relate to?

Do you have any vis-plugins active?

Is any music playing?

>> without do anothing (14100) <<

clean Window without Database no Files add..

nothing Change in Settings.


greets

Ok, but which view do you have active?

Releases (Albums), Artists, Playlists or any other view?

I need to know it since it might be view dependant.

High CPU and GPU is used on following Screens


Statistic

Labels

Artists

Releases


without add any Album (Database) or other to it.


greets

Thanks. I think I might have a clue what's causing it... I'll test further.

please add a Label so i can see the Framerate from the GUI.


not Helium self used to much CPU and GPU should be wpfgfx_v0400.dll
5196 12.64 1.667.229.084 wpfgfx_v0400.dll!MilResource_ReleaseOnChannel+0xbe


greets


At the moment I will not add a framecounter, since I can debug it via profilers.

The end-users will not have any need of this function.

>>At the moment I will not add a framecounter, since I can debug it via profilers.

>>The end-users will not have any need of this function.


then i can not see if a Trouble with DirectX (WPF) part of HE.

so i can not help for this Trouble further on.


no Problem.


greets



I think you should be able to use ProcessExplorer or a similar tool to view it.

But if we need it in the future I will add it. I have located this issue, it's a bug in WPF storyboards.

any News any broken :)


ok works again .. Visualization used also more then 4 Frames as before.


greets

The problem related to the new progress which WPF refused to dispose, instead it was still in a render loop. Damn WPF ;)

>>Damn WPF

Yes ;)


I wonder just why it has previously nobody reported.

The problem is known since version 14095


ok is fixed.


greets

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