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Old 03-25-2004, 12:06 PM   #1
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Any Gtk+ 2.0 Gurus?

Here's the situation:

I am displaying a loop of pixbufs on 1/2 second intervals that are full screen size. At this size (1280 X 1024) on a 1/2 second loop I am finding I am using a lot of prcessor utilization to do it. I use gtk_widget_queue_draw to schedule the update then gdk_draw_pixbuf to perform the update of the rawable. Is there a more efficient way to do this?, becuase I will be running 3 other screens with loops of pixbufs
as well, not at that fast of an interval though.

I believe that pixbufs are client side, but my boss tested, I believe pixmaps which are server side, and oddly enough he said that was slower, unless we are missing something. The program is running on the same computer that is displaying the image loops, so the client side and the X server side are on the same machine.



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