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transcoding-performance-trial

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Runs FFmpeg transcoding processes simultaneously and measures CPU performance

Usage

sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/2501world/transcoding-performance-trial/master/run.sh)"

Requirements

This script needs following commands installed on the measuring machine.

  • /bin/sh
    • bash is better
  • curl
  • tar
  • gzip
  • git
    • uses curl instead if not installed
  • Docker-CE

This script also needs following API key.

How it works

When you run run.sh on your local environment, the script does:

  1. Clone this repository into your current directory
  2. Install Docker-CE
  3. Build a docker image (based on Alpine Linux)
  4. Run a measuring script on a docker container
  5. Generate result files

You can run this script multiple times (works idempotently).

Results

This script exports a archived result file:

  • Filename: result/results_*.zip
  • Contents are:
    • Local machine information: cpuinfo, meminfo, dmidecoded outputs
    • timed results
      • Filename: result/case*/trial_*/time_*.json
    • Log files
      • Filename: result/case*/log_*.log
    • Roundup of all results
      • Filename: result/result_all.csv

Disclaimer

  • This script installs Docker-CE, and keep it installed on your machine.
  • This script keeps files within your working directory.
    • You can safely delete all those files.

License

transcoding-performance-trial is made available under the terms of the MIT license.

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