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Misc. => Off-Topic => Topic started by: H_Indewarrie on 2002-02-05 17:06:23

Title: cpu priority lame.exe win2k
Post by: H_Indewarrie on 2002-02-05 17:06:23
Is there a way to adjust the lame priority in the commandline?
I use lameb (http://www.lameb.fsnet.co.uk/ (http://www.lameb.fsnet.co.uk/) ) for encoding.
Adjusting the cpu priority of lame.exe works only during the encode process of one file.
Lameb restarts lame.exe after each file.
Title: cpu priority lame.exe win2k
Post by: Sachankara on 2002-02-06 00:29:01
Lame will get the priority of the application that executes it... So if you´re running lameb in "idle" then Lame will also do so when it´s executed... That´s at least how command line applications under Win32 works... But it should be the same for a Window based application...
Title: cpu priority lame.exe win2k
Post by: TrNSZ on 2002-02-06 06:20:15
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Title: cpu priority lame.exe win2k
Post by: TrNSZ on 2002-02-06 06:22:03
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Title: cpu priority lame.exe win2k
Post by: H_Indewarrie on 2002-02-06 13:34:17
thnx alot!

I'll give it a try
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