In xmplay.ini add the line:MMCSS=profileprofile is one of your choice from those defined in your system.
Maybe you want also to add to xmplay.ini:Boost=1This will set xmplay process at high priority instead of normal.
Tried couple of profiles (Audio, Pro Audio, Playback) but thread priorities are the same.How can I check if xmplay is using mmcss?
Quote from: garson on 10 Nov '16 - 00:38Tried couple of profiles (Audio, Pro Audio, Playback) but thread priorities are the same.How can I check if xmplay is using mmcss?I don't know if there is anything that will tell you what particular profile a thread is using (I haven't looked for such a thing), but you can use Process Explorer for a general MMCSS check. You should see one of XMPlay's threads (the one that generates the audio) has a higher dynamic priority and lower base priority than normal during playback (both will normally be 15 without MMCSS). https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/processexplorer.aspx
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