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Any process that isn't idle (doing something) whether it's a browser streaming a video or a program rendering a video, the CPU usage and Mem usage will both fluctuate. If the CPU usage and Mem usage are not fluctuating, then the process is hanging and you're going to have to end it.
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Any process that isn't idle (doing something) whether it's a browser streaming a video or a program rendering a video, the CPU usage and Mem usage will both fluctuate. If the CPU usage and Mem usage are not fluctuating, then the process is hanging and you're going to have to end it.
I ended the process. Luckily, I foresaw this being a problem and left options in my code to crunch the numbers in sections.

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