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Re: Deadbeef in Lubuntu PPA
On Sun, 14 Nov 2010 23:41:42 +0100
Julien Lavergne <gilir@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Le samedi 13 novembre 2010 à 20:10 +0000, Yorvyk a écrit :
> > A quick test of the two, using a two song play list with one each mp3
> > & ogg gave:
> > Deadbeef 80% CPU usage 23 MB RAM
> > Aqualung 50% CPU usage 26 MB RAM
> Doing the same test on my testing box :
> Deadbeef : 18 % CPU / 25 Mb RAM
> Aqualung : 25 % CPU / 33 Mb RAM
> Looks like the behaviour may be different on different hardware.
It certainly is. My results were on an old ½gig 700 MHz i810 based board with Lucid, Maverick & Natty. I moved the HDD to an even older board 500MHZ 385 MiB with an add on card for the sound and slower CPU and got the similar results to you. On another newer Intel based board both gave very similar results 21-22% CPU and 30MB RAM. A move to a SiS based board with a 2gig CPU and one meg of RAM gave around 25MB RAM and 40% CPU for both. I tried both MP3 and OGG files.
Not really conclusive, one way or t’other. Personally I’m not bothered which player is adopted. They’re both as bad/good as each other.
For those interested I used James Corachea’s The Confidence E.P. http://www.jamescorachea.co.uk/
Steve Cook (Yorvyk)