[PD] CPU Object...

Simon Ball sballmada at googlemail.com
Mon Jul 13 23:29:34 CEST 2009

I have attached the PD crash log and the pasted the last part below. I do
not really understand what it is telling me. Any suggestions would be really
helpful. I have quicktime running in the background. I wanted to build this
into pd but haven't really played with sound as I have been using GEM. Would
a simple play sound patch in PD be more efficient?

0x984ed000 - 0x9850ffff com.apple.AppleVAFramework 2.4.32
0x99ed4000 - 0x9ab8dfff com.apple.QuickTimeComponents.component 7.6
0x9adea000 - 0x9adeefff com.apple.QuickTimeH264.component 7.6 (1290)
0x9b0b5000 - 0x9b185fff com.apple.QuickTimeMPEG4.component 7.6 (1290)
0x9bd44000 - 0x9bd52fff libXplugin.1.dylib     /usr/lib/libXplugin.1.dylib
0x9feb7000 - 0x9fee1fff com.apple.CoreMediaPrivate 15.0
0x9feef000 - 0x9fef4fff com.apple.CoreMediaAuthoringPrivate 1.6
0x9fefa000 - 0x9ff9bfff com.apple.QuickTimeImporters.component 7.6 (1290)
0x9ffb8000 - 0x9fff7fff com.apple.QuickTimeFireWireDV.component 7.6

On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 6:36 PM, Claude Heiland-Allen <
claudiusmaximus at goto10.org> wrote:

> Simon Ball wrote:
>> How do I check CPU usage? Even if tis isn't relevant, it would be usefuul
>> to
>> know.
> Media -> Load Meter (iirc) loads a patch that uses [metro] and [cputime]
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