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NOTE: An updated version of this tool is available in the Expression Gallery to be used with Expression Encoder 4 SP2.

Pro users only.

The Live Performance Tool for Expression Encoder 4 Pro with SP1 will allow you to test your computer's ability to encode in real-time and optimize your encode settings for live broadcasting jobs. The tool will archive a live file source in real time using the preset specified as a starting point. It will run against this preset on your machine until it meets the acceptance criteria specified and, if necessary, will remove streams to create a preset that will work on your system. We also provide a console application to assist in automating the testing or deploying on multiple machines.

You can also test the performance of GPU-accelerated encoding with NVIDA CUDA boards.



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Last edited Mar 1 2013 at 3:51 PM  by PatrickONeill, version 1
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