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ChasePlane Bridge "High" CPU Usage,

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Hello Guys,

 

I had an problem.

When I start ChasePlane, it takes about 50-80% of the CPU.

After launching, the bridge needs about 10-20%. 

Is this normal and wanted ?

Im running on the latest Beta version and P3D v4!

 

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After launch, they should both go back down to normal levels.

What CPU are you using and does the bridge consume as much CPU when Advanced Features are disabled in the Preferences?

Regards,
Keven

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Hi,

I can confirm that the 'Advanced features' are causing an excessive CPU-load (ChasePlane_Bridge.exe at 10% when enabled + ChasePlane.exe at 4% = 14% in total where P3Dv4 uses only 17% when stationary on the runway). When the 'Advanced features' are disabled, the CPU-load of ChasePlane.exe is 3% (still high in my opinion). This means that the 'Advanced features' are unusable at the moment.

thanks, Maarten

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On ‎19‎.‎07‎.‎2017 at 3:41 PM, mawibo said:

Hi,

I can confirm that the 'Advanced features' are causing an excessive CPU-load (ChasePlane_Bridge.exe at 10% when enabled + ChasePlane.exe at 4% = 14% in total where P3Dv4 uses only 17% when stationary on the runway). When the 'Advanced features' are disabled, the CPU-load of ChasePlane.exe is 3% (still high in my opinion). This means that the 'Advanced features' are unusable at the moment.

thanks, Maarten

Yep can confirm this happening to me aswell.

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I think I've found the reason behind this issue. I'll publish a new version later today potentially fixing this issue.

Regards,
Keven

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