[mythtv-users] encoding very long
adeffs at gmail.com
Tue Oct 25 10:47:20 EDT 2005
On Tuesday 25 October 2005 07:39, bardinov at utt.fr wrote:
> >Selon aaron <memoryguy at gmail.com>:
> > You didn't mention your system specs; transcoding is pretty
> > CPU-intensive. Also, if there's anything else running on the system
> > (for example another recording using software encoding) then nuvexport
> > will get a lot less CPU (by design) because the commands it spawns run
> > at the lowest priority level.
> > I haven't ever tried converting to XviD before, but on my Athlon 2800
> > converting a one-hour recording to SVCD or DVD can take over an hour.
> > Back in the early days of nuvexport, it used to take about 8 hours to
> > convert a one-hour recording to SVCD on my Athlon 1.33 GHz machine.
> I have a VIA Epia-M 10000 (Processor C3 1Ghz)
> I looked at the CPU activity when I transcoded the files. The First pass
> used all the CPU available (so approximatively 80%) but the second pass
> used only 30%.
> Is there a way to force the programm using more CPU?
> Do you know how many time takes normally an ecoding in XviD for a movie
> about 1h30?
with my xvid settings and filters it usually takes me 4hrs to encode a 45min
show. Athlon64 3200+ pretty much dedicated to it.
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