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Re: First application of effect is being unnecessarily delay

Permanent link to this postPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 6:43 pm
Posted by Trebor
waxcylinder wrote:Fires up very quickly for me on W10 CE on first use- but I do have a fast laptop with 256 GB SSD non-spinning disk

On my (admittedly old) machine the CPU usage is way higher for equalizer than any of the other native effects:
just selecting equalizer from the effect-menu, without applying it, causes my fan to kick-in. No other native Audacity effect does that ...

Just selecting Equalization from Effect-menu causes abnormally high CPU, unlike selecting other native effects.gif
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[ I don't remember the equalizer on Audacity version 1 having this delay/high-cpu problem ].

Re: First application of effect is being unnecessarily delay

Permanent link to this postPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 7:10 pm
Posted by steve
The Equalization effect is overdue for some TLC. I'm hoping to have time to work on it for Audacity 2.2.2.