VPS/Semi-Dedi for video encoding

Ruriko

New Member
Hi I'm looking for a VPS or a Semi-Dedi (most preferred) that will allow video encoding. I will need 

50GB Space

1TB Bandwidth

1GB RAM

4 Cores (more cores would be nice)

Windows (You do not need to provide license)

Any Location

$25/month
 
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KuJoe

Well-Known Member
Verified Provider
Is 1TB a generous estimate or do you know you'll use all 1TB of bandwidth?
 

GVH-Jon

Banned
We can provide you with:

Virtualization Type: Xen Paravirtualization (Windows compatible, no overselling)

Disk Space: 70GB

RAM: 3GB

Bandwidth: 3TB

Cores: 8 Cores

IPs: 1 IPv4. Additional IPs available at $1.25/mo per IPv4 address

Location: New York, USA

Price: $22/month

Please let me know if you'd like this by sending me a PM and I'll provide you with a custom order link.

Thanks!
 

willie

Active Member
Is that 8 dedicated cores?  What exact CPU model and frequency?  Do you have more of them?  Is that hosted at Colocrossing?  Thanks.
 

Ruriko

New Member
Hmm I never used Xen before. Does Xen have virtio drivers supported? or is it like automatic installed?

What's the CPU model?
 

GVH-Jon

Banned
Hmm I never used Xen before. Does Xen have virtio drivers supported? or is it like automatic installed?

What's the CPU model?
Xen virtual servers can be treated as if they were a dedicated server. It's complete isolation.

We use Xeon E3-1240v2 CPUs.

@willie We only have one of these in stock, sorry.
 
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VPN.SH

Active Member
This is something I'd also be interested in, so if anyone has anything they can offer, please drop me a message.
 

Francisco

Company Lube
Verified Provider
Xen virtual servers can be treated as if they were a dedicated server. It's complete isolation.

We use Xeon E3-1240v2 CPUs.

@willie We only have one of these in stock, sorry.
Doesn't mean they are. The cores will get equal share or what have you where as the OP needs dedicated cores for long running encodes.

Francisco
 

SeriesN

Active Member
Verified Provider
Isn't Video Encoding really CPU heavy task? I really (personally) would not recommend anyone to encode video on a vps. Not at least  on a vps that is <=50$/mo.
 
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Francisco

Company Lube
Verified Provider
Isn't Video Encoding really CPU heavy task? I really (personally) would not recommend anyone to encode video on a vps. Not at least  on a vps that is <=50$/mo.
Right. It eats 100% of whatever cores are allocated to it.

Francisco
 

Ruriko

New Member
Isn't Video Encoding really CPU heavy task? I really (personally) would not recommend anyone to encode video on a vps. Not at least  on a vps that is <=50$/mo.
yes video encoding is CPU heavy but there are a few vps providers that allow video encoding. One example would be buyvm but they only have 2 cores :(
 
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