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Old 11-28-2019, 05:44 AM   #3
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Thanks for the reply.
No MKV files in use (neither in that project nor in the same directory as the other videos), only using h264/mp4 and png's, but I've disabled the "preload MKV files in the same directory" nonetheless just in case.

The issue I have (and why I posted in the first place) with these videos it only runs smoothly when using VLC as decoder unfortunately, using ffmpeg it's stuttery.
While I can work on that project currently, RAM use is really on the edge, as soon as I open another application (e.g. Firefox) Windows gives me a warning about RAM maxing out and loosing data. And that's not even having all videos for the project imported.

So the question boils down to:
Is there any way to reduce the 'hefty' RAM usage with VLC?
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