[Cin] Timeline performance

Phyllis Smith phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 20:57:19 CEST 2020

Just one quick thing for you to try though.  Timing and thus speed is
determined by the audio.  Recently a Debian 10 user reported that when he
had Settings->Preferences, Playback A set to PulseAudio, it was slow.  He
switched back to Alsa, and then it was OK.  Phyllis

On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 12:47 PM david <brometeo at gmail.com> wrote:

> El viernes 24 de abril, Phyllis Smith escribió:
> > Any further specific information you can provide may help us solve a
> > problem so we appreciate it.  Phyllis/gg
> Hi, Phyllis.
> Sorry for my lazy message. I use Debian Testing. When I write about
> slowness is
> because it is very slow. When I click on a video piece it can go 1 second
> until
> it is red coloured indicating it is selected. If I move the piece in
> timeline,
> trying to join to another piece, for example, movement is very sluggish and
> clunky. Perhaps I can record a video from my desktop for your evaluation.
> Thank you and don't worry for now. I see it is very important I am much
> more
> precise about this issue :D
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