When I started to convert my vdr recordings to h264 using ffmpeg
-vcodec libx264. I saw that running it without -threads or with
-threads set to 2, it used the same cpu usage. When I changed it to
-threads 3 I started to see more than 100% usage. Perhaps decoding
should also use -threads 3 to see it run on more than one cpu ?
Perhaps you can modify the ffmpeg profiles?

This was on a Core 2 Duo 1.8GHz. Hope this helps somebody.

On 8/12/08, Seppo Ingalsuo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Lauri Tischler wrote:
>> Hi. What card are you using to get DVB-S2 ?
> Technotrend S2-3200.
>> CPU power ? Dual-core ? GHz ?
> Intel E8200 is a low power dual core 2.66GHz chip. On arte HD (720p50)
> the load for vdr-sxfe (vdr server on other PC) is about 50%.
>> I have now AMD X2 4600 and DVB-T YLE HD is a bit jerky, sometimes,
>> playing recordings from YLE HD is totally jerky.
>> Wondering if getting quad-core 2.6GHz would help any.
> Quad core could be good for 1080i stuff based on my 1st experiences ...
> My dual core handles 1080p24 trailers but I suppose not the better 1080p
> formats (and the 1080i case without going for low end deinterlacer such
> as bob).
> BR,
> Seppo
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