[mythtv] Advise visualization
Joseph A. Caputo
jcaputo1 at comcast.net
Sat Apr 12 15:33:58 EDT 2003
Yes, but you're only streaming the encoded mp3 data, not decoding it... that's
being done on the client end.
That being said, I wouldn't expect mp3 decoding to add *that* much load, but
in conjunction with real-time video encode & decode, I was just curious at
the overall load.
On Saturday 12 April 2003 02:16 pm, Chris Palmer wrote:
> I thought I'd jump in here and make a guess that the mp3 stream
> is negligible to CPU usage, unless there is re-encoding necessary.
> (Is there?)
> I've been running an icecast server (mp3 streamer) for a couple
> years now, on my old Celeron 333Mhz box, and it is barely measurable,
> since it's just doing file i/o and sending data at 128kbps (disk and
> network thruput is about 100-1000 times that). :)
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