i dont think you should be disabling filestream node, best way is to keep it running all the time (better dont fiddle with something that works :D) and just mix with blend texture/alpha channel of quad or something like that,
also its good to have latest version of VLC installed on system (i presume you use VLC filestrem nodes)
best way to ask for help is to attached mixing part of your patch btw
Okay, thank you everybody, I was thinking, it was better to disable nodes when they are not used…
Because when a channel of a mixing video system is hide by alpha or blending effect, the computer is still calculating, no? I want to optimise a my system to have the best syncronisation possible… But maybe I’m wrong with that…
I’m not a professional…hehe!
When my patch will be finish, I will share it, I want advices!
i agree with stix, it’s better to keep filestream running, also if it’s not used. and this is not only for stability in terms of crashing, but also because of more stable framerate. Anyway, you should also try yo use only one filestream (that is spreadable). so for example you can pass 2 strings to that, with different filenames, and you have 2 textures as output, that you can take with getslice and use in you mixer.