[FFmpeg-user] Dedicated ubuntu ffmpeg trancoder, performance
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Thu Jan 17 13:15:46 CET 2013
* does anyone have experience with a motherboard and 2 "real" CPU's ?
We intend to build a dedicated "ubuntu ffmpeg trancoder", which has to
be as fast a
possible. The reason, we do live registrations of (sport) events and
want to transcode
the raw video dump, Prores 422 SD or HD, to h.264. Almost every time
it's only one
or two files which are giant! (between 40 and 90Gb in SD :-)
motherboard: "Supermicro X9DA7" with 2 times "Intel Core i7 3930K".
So 2 times six cores is a total 12 cores and 24 threads...
* But is this really, 2 times, faster then a board with only one "i7
* Or is there maybe a max to the CPU power ?
* (Or is just the I/O the next "problem" ?)
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