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Core i5 4570 or FX 8350 chip for video capture?

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What is the best for video capture - the core i5 or an AMD Fx 8350 series chip? The system's sole purpose in life will be to capture video of the satellite - right now it is non HD. Maybe down the road i will capture it as HD. No editing will be done on this machine. All saves will be done over the network to the workstation or NAS. From what i see around the web, folks say the 8350 is better for video editing than haswell while Haswll is generally better across the board. Also there will be no gaming on this system.
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Seems to me like if this is JUST for capturing, you may not need anywhere near this level of CPU performance. Is it capturing a lot of different streams simultaneously? Real time? Hardware compression or on the fly software transcoding? Using a capture card with hardware compression?

If the video is already coming in hardware compressed and there is absolutely no modification to the incoming video stream for the CPU to perform, then I would think this would work just fine on something like an i3-4130 or an A8-6500. (either would be really overkill, but there's no reason to go for much less than this when the whole cost of the machine is considered. )

The FX-8350 would require a discrete GPU, while the i5/i3/APU options would have the advantage of a built in GPU, possibly reducing implementation costs.
     
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