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vtserver.exe cpu usage at close to 100% when using Media Manager

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Registered: ‎01-05-2010

vtserver.exe cpu usage at close to 100% when using Media Manager

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On an Intel P4 PC running 32-bit Windows XP (sp-3), 2 GB of RAM and 500 GB hard disk, hardwired 100 Mbs connection:


When attempting to stream video from the MM PC to the DVR, the video is choppy.  Upon examination of the processes running on the MM PC, VTServer.EXE is running at about 90-100% when streaming video.  There is plenty of available memory.


Media Manager software has been uninstalled and reinstalled.

MM video component check has been run.

New MM version check run - no new version.

No SW firewall software/hardware in place.

Virus Scan disabled.

DVR has been rebooted.

Router has been rebooted.

Videos play without problem on the PC either via Windows Media Player or via the Media Manager player.  The problem is when they are streamed to the DVR (choppy video/audio)


When playing videos, choppy video and audio is observed.


Does anyone have an idea what the problem is?

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Registered: ‎07-16-2009

Re: vtserver.exe cpu usage at close to 100% when using Media Manager

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Pls check your PMs.  Thanks.




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