Here is a video of the Rpi loading TunerStudio.http://youtu.be/82dTYbngWQU
Times are a little slower than my previous post.
The OS loads in approx 30 second, which I am sure can be shortened.
There is 15 seconds of me trying to start the TunerStudio script.
Once sync, the guages are fairly smooth at a frame rate of 15 frames per second. 20 was ok.
This is on the debian distro, TunerStudio v1.51
I made the dash layout as minimalistic as possible. No overlap on guages.
I tried it with less gauges, but over all you do not see much difference once the gauge cluster has loaded, though any more gauges than I have on the layout and it starts to struggle - The gauge movements become very jittery.
Using lite mode restricts me to the default dash and with all the gauges on there it really was not smooth - and took longer to load.
Also, once you have the profile set to load in full screen mode, you are pretty much stuck. try to double click to go back to normal view and TS is locking up. - I've not yet been able to recover from that with out rebuilding the OS. Even deleting the TS folder and project folder and starting from scratch with TunerStudio, it still opens in full screen...
Is there a way - key stroke? - to get out of full screen to be able to get the menus back? Or is there a file outside of the TunerStudio folders that would be setting to full screen even with a "clean" TunerStudio install?
I bought one of the "proven" class 10 SD cards off of the Rpi wiki proven peripherals list, but that will not let me run. Rpi does not even see the card, let alone getting fail on boot, so for now I am stuck with Class 6.
I'm also stuck with loading TunerStudio at startup.
You can see a failure during boot in the video, which is TunerStudio trying to start before X.
I have no idea how to load X, then run a script. Anyone?