malun wrote:Some camera drivers uses more CPU than others.
The native communication with the driver of the webcam is reported in the System process in the task manager. So different drivers will affect the percentage reported here in different grades.
I only use the preview window shortly when I need to adjust the position of the Live Motion Cameraes (pan&tilt). I never leave the preview window on.malun wrote:Also, closing the preview window can help to reduce the CPU load.
BlueKnight84 wrote:I'm thinking it has more to do with Java.
Maybe we should focus our attention to that.
Helge wrote:If that is the case it must mean that a webcam software based on java in general or Yawcam in particular is more heavy on the CPU load than webcam softwares that are not based on Java?
kwikone wrote:Actually, it is true of *any* java application versus native compiled applications.
vattz wrote:EDIT: ya i use 0.3!
Hi, i mailed yawcam devel 2 times (today it was 2nd ), he might check his email... whatever...
i have old intel single cored box with usb & lan, onboard graphics 8mb etc... and however, proc is 1300mhz and systemm+java's process use 99% of it, but only when i enable motion sensor - nothing else, JPG; FTP, HTTP or streaming doesn't do that - ideas for making this problem gone? box will be with-3-cables-only - power, usb to webcam and LAN cable ^_^ - vnc controlled... and it rly messes up when it blocks fully to CPU... also, i like yawcam very much
edit2: not to spam your forum, i ask here - SMTP on gmail fails. what about POP/IMAP mailing @ movement @ motion sensor?
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