(2012-03-28 10:49)PogMoThoin Wrote: Nothing to fix there, post processing is very cpu and hard drive intensive and can use all the resources of the pc.
What? CPU intensive? Why would that be?
Hard Drive intensive totally depends on where you store your media-files and especially how big the downloaded file is.
Never had any problems with harddrive intensity either.
Did the postprocessing maybe replace the exact file you were watching at that moment (that shouldn't be possible under Windows, under Linux this would be another story though)?
Otherwise - take a look at your resource-usage while the postprocessing is running.