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Cura 3.5.1 - Mac High Sierra 13 - Crashes

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I have had to go back to 3.4.1.

I have a UM3 connected via Wifi.

Very difficult to get the camera monitor to display and then the Mac grinds to a halt and displays a message stating that physical memory exceeded.

 

I do not know if this happens on a Win 10 machine, I would happily swap to Windows for Cura but my Win machine's GPU is not suitable and Cura has to run in compatibility mode.

 

 

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There is a problem with the camera feed, but not specially Cura related. If you look to your camera feed via Safari browser, you also have a high CPU und memory consumption - in that case from Safari and not Cura. I had this issue also with 3.4.1 so it's in my opinion a problem or bug with the feed itself or maybe more likely with MacOS itself. I haven't checked the encoding of the stream yet, but maybe MacOS needs a lot of resources to decode and view it.

 

I use as a workaround VLC Player to view my camera streams, works fine and with low resources. 

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