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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2013

    Default Clustering Mezzmo

    Hi Guys,
    I like Mezzmo more and more. More than half a year with it and very glad to use Mezzmo.
    My question is actually related to a science fiction zone, but anyway I propose you to evaluate such a possibility.
    It's not a secret that many people use Mezzmo on a very slow home servers such as HP Micro server with very-very low CPU productivity. Actually many of us use notebooks / desktops as well. It would be great if Mezzmo could use computing power of LAN / WiFi connected devices for pre-transcoding purposes. I believe it make sense for many of us who use 300Mbs - 1Gbs and higher home networks.
    And actually pre-transcoding could look like this:

    Your feedback is highly appreciated.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Melbourne, Australia


    Interesting idea. We do not support Adobe's clustered rendering framework and I do not foresee us moving to their framework anytime soon, but there may be possibilities with clustered/distributed encoding with ffmpeg.exe (the encoder we are currently using). We'll do some more research & discuss the idea here. Thanks for the suggestion.

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