MW Linux Version

igor.s

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It should be dynamically determined based on your machine. I have one machine with 16Gb RAM and the MW uses 4Gb, another machine has 32Gb RAM and the MW uses 8Gb. But you can force to use more memory if at the start up you go to advanced settings and enter java related memory -Xms, -Xmx parameters.
 

MotiveWave_Joe

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Hi Spin,

When you first start MotiveWave, you can select Advanced after clicking on the Options button. You can try changing the heap size but be careful not to make it too large as it could stop MotiveWave from restarting and forcing a complete uninstall and reinstall of the program.

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Spin

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FYI:

When you have 'tweaked' the above parameters over the limit, and MW refuses to start, simply locate the file startup.ini in your home/.motivewave folder and remove the arguments.

No need to remove & reinstall, and you can start experimenting all over again ;)
 
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