Im using the Windows "Power & Sleep Settings", then under Screen "When plugged in, turn off after" setting. VAP is just running and not processing any videos.What specific setting are you using to set the 10 minutes? Is this in Windows or on the monitor itself? Is VAP processing videos or just running?
It depends on what your fix does. I would think that allowing the monitor to turn off would be the desired outcome. I know I had the issue for over a year and only decided to track down the cause after upgrading the machine to Windows 10 and having the issue stay around. Its possible that nobody knows that VAP is the cause because I spent a week tracking it down because NONE of the tools were pointing at VAP and I only realized it after stopping it from running.Great! Do you or anyone have an opinion as to whether this should become the default behavior of VAP?
I admit to not fully understanding all the details about programming sleep in Windows but here is my best understanding of the situation:I have the same issue. My computer sleeps and wakes fine repeatedly without any issues.
Then I only start VAP 1.40 and it will not sleep. Tried -allowDisplayOff from command line but that didn’t work.
Can you please repost the link to v136T3 so I can try that version?