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Re: [dvd::rip] dvd::rip multicore?

Subject: Re: [dvd::rip] dvd::rip multicore?
From: Reinhard Holler <mail@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2012 13:38:26 +0100
Hallo Dan,

First, thanks for this great program.

Is dvd::rip multicore? It would be nice to have transcode for
different titles run on different cores. That is, each selected item
in the "DVD table of contents" should run on a different core.


Maybe this would not be that hard to implement, considering that "make
-j" does this: creates a new compilation process on a different core.

I am practising this sometimes manually when encoding tv series dvds using multiple dvd::rip instances:

1. First start dvd::rip and read the dvd contents.
2. Then read the contents of the first episode and configure the transcoding process and start it after saving the configuration. 3. Now start a second dvd::rip instance and load the project. The dvd contents should already match the disc in the drive. 4. Read the content of the second episode, configure the transcoding process and start it. 5. Continue with step 3 until you don't have anymore episodes on the disc or your cpu gets too hot :)

Using this recipe you can already use the power of a multicore cpu using dvd::rip even though the program has no direct multicore support yet.

Hopefully this recipe will help you!

Greetings,
Reinhard

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