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#1 tgbnet

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Posted 16 August 2014 - 09:08 PM

You seen here if you upload a bigger video it took ages to convert. But there is a trick - If a user upload a video and the script split into 10-20 parts as they easy to process as per admins system and number them one after another. And a user when play the video videos would come one by one use never find out there wasn't a video.
The good things are
- as per they are small size. They are easy to convert and conversion will be faster.
- Video will be available on the FAST.
- Who use multi servers the video file will be distributed as the server available.
- No one can track the videos which after another. Only script DB will know.
-and many more.

AVS should apply this. Any question.

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Posted 21 August 2014 - 09:32 AM

Converting one video of 30 minutes or 6 videos of 5 minutes each, in the same resolution and bitrate, will take the same amount of time.


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Posted 21 August 2014 - 10:53 AM

Converting one video of 30 minutes or 6 videos of 5 minutes each, in the same resolution and bitrate, will take the same amount of time.

People who use shared hosting take a lot more time to convert one 30 mints clip. And most of the shared hosting users can't use this script because when they converting long script take more CPU load. So this splitting make the world easier :) DailyMotion using this.

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Posted 21 August 2014 - 05:45 PM

Converting a longer video doesn't use more CPU than converting a shorter video, if it's the same resolution and bitrate. It's the same CPU load but for a longer period of time. And that longer period of time equals to the conversion time of all shorter ones. You won't save any CPU load or time if you split the video into multiple smaller ones. It's the SAME video content that needs to be transcoded. And you are talking about shared hosting and then comparing to Dailymotion. Do you realise what infrastructure Dailymotion has ? They probably convert the videos on multiple servers at once, every piece of the video on a different server. But that's another story.


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