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Transencode 1080p? better multi core Support?

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Currently running dual 2419 Opteron, for a total of twelve cores at 1.8 GHz can't seem to keep up with 1080 content when streaming to ps3

Have enough ram and fast enough hard drive, when looking at usage I see only a little more than one core is being used.. Help? Any way I could get this to work without getting new CPU?

And I use servillo

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Use PS3 Media Server. It can transcode on the fly and it has awesome multicore support. It used 5 of 6 cores of my 1600t

Just gotta follow their directions for multicore setup
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Use PS3 Media Server. It can transcode on the fly and it has awesome multicore support. It used 5 of 6 cores of my 1600t

Just gotta follow their directions for multicore setup

Servillo has "multi core" Support but doesn't seem to do it, Bleh, suppose I will have to run multiple dlna servers..

Also I steam to two other devices that don't require encode, my Samsung TV and bluray player
     
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i think the problem is that when push to ps3 it transencodes to wmv and ffdshow only supports one core encode no matter what from what I read?

which pretty much makes dlna playback useless off the ps3.. might be time to pick up another bluray player that nativly supports h264 mkv?
     
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