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I have already tried searching the web for solutions but none of the solutions I have found seem to work for me. Android: How to create a background service Android: Detect when internet connectivity is conn... Thread Rating: 1 Vote(s) - 5 Average 1 2 3 4 5 Post Reply « Next Oldest | Next Newest» graysky Fan Posts: 361 Joined: Aug 2009 Reputation: 1 2013-05-09 23:13 The default algorithm updates the whole screen if anything changes, but if you use algorithm type 1 instead of the default 3 only the parts of the screen that change are weblink

Hence why in Raspbmc they have been disabled. For discussion of those add-ons, feel free to visit /r/Addons4Kodi. CPU usage was 98-100% and after turning off RSS it is now ~91-96% after 2 hours of being idle. I have checked the usage with top via ssh. http://twigstechtips.blogspot.com/2013/07/xbmc-fix-for-100-cpu-usage-when-idle-in.html

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find quote Post Reply View a Printable Version Send this Thread to a Friend Subscribe to this thread Contact Us | Kodi Home | Return to Top | Return to Content When we limit the render loop to lets say 20fps/s you would complain that XBMC's CPU usage is low but only get 20fsp/s. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]ScaryCookieMonster 0 points1 point2 points 4 years ago(2 children)Do you remember which value you used? (0-3) It looks like a good value to start experimenting with is 1, but I'm not sure. huceke commented Jun 18, 2012 Unless the rendering logic in master isn't changed, it will stay like that.

This means XBMC is written with "game loop" logic in mind, so they had to add some options in order to optimise the redrawing process. If I had my way I'd make everyone code XBMC for the Raspberry Pi (or that level of hardware spec) - if code needs an i7 to run acceptably, that's a When I move left/right most of the GUI turns orange as expected... Kodi Disable Rss huceke commented Jun 18, 2012 The main render loop is limited to 100fps/s.

I can't confirm that it was better with OpenElec beta3 but I never noticed it. I set the visualizedirtyregions to true in ~/.xbmc/userdata/advancedsettings.xml per your suggestion but I do not see an effect; left arrow around the main screen doesn't show any green or orange shapes Surely if there's nothing to render the render loop should mostly be sleeping? http://forum.solid-run.com/kodi-xbmc-player-on-cubox-i-and-hummingboard-f7/kodi-uses-30-40-of-a-cpu-to-do-nothing-t2334.html Go here and subscribe (This post was last modified: 2013-05-11 18:22 by Martijn.) find quote wyrm Skilled Skinner Posts: 1,237 Joined: Nov 2007 Reputation: 15 Location: Perth, Australia (GMT +8) 2013-05-11

Will be trying this out :) permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]DrummerOfFenrir 1 point2 points3 points 4 years ago(0 children)I will definitely be trying this when I get home, thanks for the tip. Kodi.bin High Cpu Yes, there's absolutely no reason to render scrolling text at 100fps, but it happens because they also wanted to use the XBMC gui to render high frame rate visualisations. « Next FAQ's located at :- http://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on:AppTV find quote graysky Fan Posts: 361 Joined: Aug 2009 Reputation: 1 2013-05-10 20:40 Post: #3 @wyrm - Thank you for the thoughtful reply. I found that changing the dirty regions algorithm to 1 drops the CPU back down to 2-5% and doesn't leave any noticeable artifacts with my hardware.

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That's not correct. https://github.com/OpenELEC/OpenELEC.tv/issues/607 Any advice to lowing it? Kodi High Cpu Usage Android: Google Maps v2 - Prevent map from resetti... Kodi Cpu Usage On Screen A number of guides echoed the advice you gave regarding 'quiet' skins.

Others? http://homecomputermarket.com/cpu-usage/vlc-cpu-usage-high.html Thankfully there is a fairly easy way to fix this (possible since Eden or Frodo I beleive). For my Intel E6700 (Core 2 Duo) and AMD A8-5600k it worked like a charm. Please read rules and do a search before you post! . Kodi Show Cpu Usage

I've just done a fresh install of "OpenELEC-RPi.arm-2.95.4"/XBMC-12.0-BETA3 on a 1GB generic/unknown class on a RPi model B. I can move around the menu but I see no green or orange rectangles at all. High CPU use when scrolling text *can't* be fixed in XBMC unless they ditch their current GUI render system, because it constantly polls for changes and then renders them as fast http://homecomputermarket.com/cpu-usage/low-cpu-usage-high-memory-usage.html Please read rules and do a search before you post! .

It doesn't produces a complete solution for this.I thought of writing something of my own to detect the change in the HDMI signal but why work so hard when such a Nofliptimeout And of course, your mileage may vary depending on your graphics card and/or drivers installed. sraue closed this Jun 1, 2012 jamesblackburn commented Jun 18, 2012 [quote] Thats by design and no bug. [/quote] How can 30-90% idle cpu be "by design"?

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i.e. graysky, Basically the above code is so you can see what XBMC is doing as far as dirty regions is concerned, it does not speed anything up (this is really there This is the code that needs to be added to the filePHP Code: <gui>
visualizedirtyregions>truethis content I'll dig into this.

Oh BTW, thanks for the +1 on the rep.