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Strange behaviour while converting ebooks to cb7 9 years 5 months ago #1463

  • thegritche
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Hello,

first I'd like to thank you for your application which made me rediscover my ebooks. :laugh:

And now to the bug report : this is really strange. I have made multiple tests so that I am confident enough to post it in the forum.
While converting multiple ebooks to the new cb7, I saw that my computer did not respond well. I mean that the computer is not locked but it takes at least three clicks before one click is taken into account in any software while the conversion is running (sorry that is the only I thought to explain this).

I don't think it is a matter of CPU power because I have a Dual Core E6550.

Maybe other people have experienced this kind of problem ?
When I converted to cbz in previous releases, I did not have this problem.

Have a nice day :)
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Re:Strange behaviour while converting ebooks to cb7 9 years 5 months ago #1464

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your problem lies in the conversion itself, when you make a 7z archive[in our case it's the cb7 file] the algorithms use by 7zip usually[always] take up a ton of ram, not that much processor but a ton of ram, and wile there more advanced then .rar in many aspects, compared to .rar there made for archiving a la brute force, .rar, .zip and most of the other algorithms are a little more considerate of your system resources, 7zip is more considerate of the final result
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Re:Strange behaviour while converting ebooks to cb7 9 years 5 months ago #1468

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Thank you for your quick answer.

But I'm afraid that with more than 1GB of free RAM, RAM also is not an issue.

I will investigate a little more and if I find something interesting, i will post it in here.

Have a nice day :)
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