I manually changed the priority of all sound related processes in configuration files. Though, I'm not sure whether that's still possible. What version of Windows are you working on?
Tres Finocchiaro <email@example.com> wrote:Jason,Since this is for RemoteVSTPlugin.exe, (not lmms.exe), I cannot embed it into the Windows shortcut using the normal "start" trick.I found 3rd party software that can do this automatically, but I've never heard of it before and weary of installing it.
How are you enabling this? What approach works for you?-TresOn Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 8:51 AM, Jason Wuertz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yea, I'd say try enabling realtime priority. It made a world of difference for me. There are several, easy to follow, tutorials on YouTube for Windows.
JasonTres Finocchiaro <email@example.com> wrote:So I use LMMS a lot on several PCs and I've noticed on one of my machines, the latency (pops/clicks) for VSTs is unbearable.
- I've tried to install ASIO4all as a work-around, but PortAudio never lists under sound devices. Am I doing something wrong?
- If I change the process priority for RemoveVstPlugin32.exe* to realtime, the latency issues go away. Can this realtime process priority option be added to through LMMS? (is that even possible?)
- If not, does anyone know any other tweaks for VST latency in Windows?This happens even worse when I'm scrolling through the project or moving a window around. It sounds like it's going to crash but eventually responds. In fact, with Priority set to "Normal", any CPU spike on the PC will cause the pops/clicks.Are others experiencing this? My sound card drivers have been upgraded as a troubleshooting measure. This is most noticeable in LMMS with VSTs. All VSTs seem to do this.-Tres--
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