Using DJ software is something that requires some power from your computer, especially to maintain realtime audio access.
Be sure to have a computer up-to-date that fills the recommended specifications.
Also, Microsoft and Apple delivers new operating systems and computers every year, and we need to adapt our software to these new systems.
Please check that your computer specifications will work with DJUCED : https://www.djuced.com/kb/djuced-5-recommended-computers-specifications/
DJing on a computer is a realtime application. It takes a big part of your CPU to maintain a perfect audio signal.DJUCED interface is using your Graphics Processor Unit (GPU), to avoid draining too many resources on your CPU.Being sure that your graphics drivers are properly installed or up to date is important.
On PC machines, you have 3 mains graphics possibilities: Intel integrated graphics or Nvidia/AMD dedicated card or chipset.Find the Brand and model of your graphics card in your computer’s documentation.
Graphics update are automatic with your macOS updates.
We have written a full guide to help you optimise your computer for a smooth DJing experience.
Follow the guide: https://www.djuced.com/optimise-your-computer-for-djing/
Analyzing music can take lots of resources on your processor and graphics card, and make your computer a bit hot. (just like when you play a video game).
If your computer is not so fast, please consider preparing your song library BEFORE mixing or recording in a live situation.
Once a song has been analyzed, DJUCED will never have to process it again.