bummer. i'm assuming you already went the uninstall-reinstall route. if you haven't, that's the last trick i can think of before it gets back to hoping the Abes find the cause.buj818 wrote:I went ahead and followed all his advice, as well as deleting a lot of unused recordings and such. Cleaning out about 600MB of junk I don't use anymore. Organized everything and am left with only 1 project I'm currently working on. I ran and compared the difference. CPU usage, on average, dropped only 5-6%. Doesn't peak at 103% anymore, however it still peaks in the low 90s, more than enough to experience the crackling. Ugh. Thanks for all the input guys, but it looks like my only hope is for a Live 10 update that addresses (hopefully) many of these high CPU usage issues.H20nly wrote:as far as a cause for this issue goes... that sounds like a good one. if a cache is too full you often get odd behavior. this is true of temporary internet files too, which is a good every day example of a similar issue.
i would not be surprised at all if this change fixes the issue for you buj818
having said that, i'm not surprised that it helped. too bad it wasn't an extra 25-35% though