1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 23, 2012 6:47 AM by cknerr

    Video calling consumes a great deal of CPU in Win7 Client

    cknerr Enthusiast

      I've noticed that when making video calls (Skype, Avaya one-X communicator, etc.) from my Windows 7 64-bit virtual machine, the CPU of the machine can easily go above 50%, sometimes as high as 95%. I don't believe this is specific to the Windows OS as I don't have a problem with these applications when running them in a non-virtualized enivronment.

       

      Is this a known issue? Something that has a workaround? or just a bug and we need it prioritized up to get fixed in future releases?

       

      I'm happy to provide logs, screenshots, you name it. I just wasn't sure what the community would see.