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Re: [Gnash] high CPU usage and openGL rendering

From: Markus Gothe
Subject: Re: [Gnash] high CPU usage and openGL rendering
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 13:58:39 +0100
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Which driver and graphics card?
What's the output from 'glxinfo'?


Jorge Barreiro Gonzalez wrote:
> Hello,
> this is my first post, despite I've been reading this list for a while,
so I
> must start saying that you're doing a great work.
> I'm a Debian user and there isn't new versions of gnash in the Debian
> repositories (there isn't even the 0.8.1 final release, anyone knows
> But I wanted to test the progress of gnash, so yesterday I downloaded from
> the cvs the very last version.
> I installed every library  mentioned in the documentation, and did:
> $ ./configure --enable-renderer=ogl
> trying to use opengl to view the flash movies. There were no warnings
> the configure script but those about tools needed to run test cases.
> With this, in the flash movies I tested there were missing colors and
> textures, and every flash animation used near 100% cpu.
> I reconfigured without options, so the script selected the agg engine.
> time everything looked as it should, but the cpu usage is still too
high. I'm
> testing it in a laptop centrino 1.7Ghz, and playing something in
youtube eats
> 50% of cpu. If you pauses the video, it still eats 10%. Simple animations
> also consume a lot. I tried the games in, but all of them
> get my cpu to near 100%, even the simple ones, like the fifteen pieces
> puzzle.
> And the questions: It's this cpu consumption normal?  Could this be due to
> some configuration, missing libraries or outdated libraries? (I'm using
> Debian Etch, so the libraries are a bit old.) Why could the opengl version
> act that way? If I get the opengl work correctly, would the cpu
> decrease considerably?
> A note about openGL, I have it configured and running. I can use beryl
and 3D
> games.
> Sorry for the long post and thanks for your attention.
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