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Parallel encoding (via multiple processes)

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    Eric JuteauEric Juteau shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        that is definitely needed !!!

      • Jeff TylerJeff Tyler commented  · 

        Thanks for the reply. I added it. I am still giving this one vote, though for your idea of "adding multi-process encoding in MBR and Smooth Streaming."

      • Eric JuteauEric Juteau commented  · 

        You are right, WMV MBR is currently only supported in the Offline world. Feel free to add a suggestion to support it. :)

      • Jeff TylerJeff Tyler commented  · 

        Eric, maybe I am missing something, but when encoding with a "Live Broadcasting Project," I don't see an option to add additional bitrate streams when Windows Media is selected as the output type. When I select IIS Smooth Streaming as the output type I am given this option. I posted in the forums about this, so if there is something I am missing then we should probably move this discussion there. If not, I would like to know so that I can add it as a feature request. Thanks.

      • Eric JuteauEric Juteau commented  · 

        We already support MBR to WMV using multiple encoding threads, but maybe there would be a real perf gain in adding multi-process encoding in MBR and Smooth Streaming.

      • Jeff TylerJeff Tyler commented  · 

        Would this include encoding to WMV at multiple bitrates like WME 9 supported?

      • Eric JuteauEric Juteau commented  · 

        Being able to run multiple encodes at the same time on a PC that resources aren't maxed out by the current 1-encode queue model.

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