Current state of vpsBoard 02/04/2017Dear vpsBoard members and guests:
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Anyone here using any ARM-based CPUs for doing audio encoding? Can be something in a datacenter or it can be something on your desk. Interested in MP3 encoding mostly and LAME based. Looking to see what anyone is squeezing out of ARM platform on performance, especially with the multi core boards. Tried earlier ARM based single cores and have been very underwhelmed. Was lucky to achieve 1-1 ratio of playtime of the recording vs. time to re-encode the audio. Since it takes 100% CPU, isn't feasible in any way. Looking to leverage ARM solution due to power consumption and flexibility there, plus ability to run silent / fanless in a small form factor. Anyone?