I'll be supporting it as soon as it's available. And audio is also a very small amount when compared to video as well. I thought the A series had the GPU and FX series need a stand alone graphics card? Memory usage is 972MB, swap usage is 0. his comment is here
The CPU you mention is below the minimum spec recommended for transcoding which is likely why it never gets to throttle (i.e. It all averages out to 60MPH. According to this site: cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Atom+C2750+%40+2.40GHz your CPU has a 3874 PassMark score, so three such streams should be OK. if i turn it down to 720p the cpu usage is 5 second spikes at 100% every 15 seconds or so.
How It Works Features Apps Downloads Toggle navigation Categories Discussions Community Guidelines FAQ and Support Articles Sign In Home › Windows Welcome to our forums! When watching anything from movies to series, no matter the file extension (avi,mkv etc) plex uses 100% of all of the 8 cores in my i-7. Would you care to share your script?
edit: Holy CRAP aufs is fast in comparison. I am using te ASUSRock c2750 CPU/board that didnt really blink at multiple simultaneous 1080 transcoding on FreeNAS but now hovers around 40% when just doing normal file playback and pegs I get higher CPU spikes from that, than from people watching movies. Generate Media Index Files Automatically You would spend your life right clicking processes.
Images rrd.png 17.94 kB, 497×221, viewed 177 times Quote Report Content Go to Page Top Brognak Beginner Posts 14 7 Dec 3rd 2015, 5:46pm Hmm, I may have just have tested Plex Profiles Directory If you are using Linux the load average is the thing you should look for. An alternative option is to have multiple copies of the same file. https://www.reddit.com/r/PleX/comments/2ua7rl/i_dont_want_plex_to_max_my_cpu_when_transcoding/ permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Mister_Kurtz[S] 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago(0 children)It did, but I decided to go another route.
Only thing that changed was updating from the last Plex Server version. Plex New Transcoder High Cpu Synology It wasn't an unlocked tricore either, just a straight quad. If the user rewinds, the server doesn't transcode again. The motherboard was chosen for the hdmi and many sata ports.
As far as converting files, that is another good option and I think the other guys covered that quite well. https://www.reddit.com/r/PleX/comments/2a102g/excessive_cpu_usage_100_of_i7/ If it is a pattern with regular spikes/idle it should be OK. Plex Transcoder High Cpu Usage permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]dickmastaflex[S] 2 points3 points4 points 1 year ago(10 children) By default, mobile and web players are at 4Mbps 720p. Plex High Cpu Usage When Idle Streaming three movies that require both audio and video transcoding, I see on htop 24 instances of the Plex New Transcoder running, each consuming between 0 and 25% CPU with all
Content transcoding is a very CPU-intensive process and can take tens of minutes for a single item in some cases. this content Welcome to /r/Plex, a subreddit dedicated to Plex, the media server/client solution for enjoying your media! Remux all your videos to .mp4 with aac audio and remove subtitles completely. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]M0D1N 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(2 children)Hey so look. Plex Transcoder 64 Bit
I think it tries to get around 4 increments ahead of the player. What the best solution for you is hard to know, both have their pros and cons. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]SololegendsI do things 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(4 children)Then the A10 would be your best bet. weblink Really cheap and it won't transcode a thing.
I want to make sure the 2,000 pass mark benchmarks are valid for my intended use. Plex Media Server Dlna Service Cpu permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]NoMoreNicksLeftMac iOS PHT PlexPass 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)Check that this is transcoding and not something else. I don't think you have a problem, it's probably that FreeBSD and Linux might measure or display load differently.
What I have noticed though is that when my quality is too high for the bandwidth there is stuttering in my playback but the picture is still high quality. Dont worry, its a intensive task to decode videos. Related Page: Plex Media Server > Media Optimizer Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Related articles Video Preview Thumbnails Why does CPU usage spike for Plex Media Server when it's not doing anything? Plex Transcoder Keeps Running That feature goes through and creates thumbnail caches for everything.
Online Community Forum Skip to content Quick links Unanswered posts Active topics Search Forums Facebook Twitter Youtube FAQ Login Register Search Login Register Search Advanced search Board index Synology Applications Third-party The ASRock one is even better with a bajillion sata ports. I still have a hard time understanding why FreeNAS would do so much better at this. check over here That is checked on.
Maybe I am misinformed, or misunderstood. Quote Report Content Go to Page Top gderf Intermediate Likes Received 45 Posts 417 4 Dec 3rd 2015, 3:39pm Are you just seeing high CPU usage or are you seeing stuttering My plex server also has a core i7-4970k when I attempt to play 20GB mkvs thru my chromecast at original quality it buffers way to much and stutters and maxes out So, it is quite a bit faster.
If the xbmc library updates itself that process used 100 percent Cpu.... My processor is rated with around a 6,000 passmark, which means I should only be able to handle 3 full 1080p transcodes simultaneously, but I can have around 10 remote streams Quote Report Content Go to Page Top Brognak Beginner Posts 14 5 Dec 3rd 2015, 5:08pm High CPU and the Plex client reported poor server performance when I was testing and So I think what is happening is that when I configured Plex initially I set it to use my MergerFS volume as its path for its database/files, including the transcode temp
Plex typically transcodes a burst of video for a few seconds and then idles for a while before repeating. Top OgeGOon Apprentice Posts: 82 Joined: Sat Mar 14, 2009 11:41 pm Re: High CPU ALWAYS even when I'm not transcoding Quote Postby OgeGOon » Sun Mar 09, 2014 9:00 pm When I start a movie, I have more than 10 "Plex New Transcoder" processes running and the CPU can be as high as 99% (with a 1080p movies). I'd be willing to test here if I can get the files.
Once it finishes generating the files, the CPU should drop, right? Try turning that off and then restarting Plex Server and see if that puts a stop to it. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]LeeHarveyShazbot -2 points-1 points0 points 1 year ago(16 children)Isn't this entire post about the fact your CPU isn't more than capable? permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]SololegendsI do things 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(0 children)Yes, that is correct.
View detailed rules Plex Help Plex related support: Plex Clients & Supported Hardware Naming Your Files Troubleshooting Server Connections Plex User Forums Video Encoding for the Roku List of Useful Tools I tried setting the process priority but had no idea what affinity did, this has resolved the issue! forums.plex.tv/ Quote Report Content Go to Page Top Brognak Beginner Posts 14 12 Dec 4th 2015, 2:59am So here something potentially interesting, here's the HTOP while transcoding, difference being this is