greg at linuxpower.cx
Thu Aug 17 09:58:58 PDT 2000
Because it's trivial to parallelize vorbis effectively for all
sensible workloads using pmake and the stock encoder. Why burden the
software when it's still under active development.
If you really have a reason to want this feature, then you have enough of
a reason to code it yourself.
On Thu, 17 Aug 2000, David Balazic wrote:
> Some people asked why would anyone use a parallel
> vorbis encoder. It is fast enough already, faster than
> real time !
> My answer to this is, that there is no such thing as
> a too fast program !
> So it encodes at 2x realtime, that is it encodes 60 minutes
> of audio in 30 minutes. Now wouldn't it be much better if
> it only took 30 seconds ?
> Anything that takes more than a second is too slow :-)
> David Balazic
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