This test extracts the maximum number of simultaneous AVC transcodes while maintaining a minimum of 30 FPS using Intel® Media Server Studio and a web-available video sample. (2.0)
- CentOS 7.4*, CentOS 7.2*, CentOS 7.3*
- Size: 185.4 MB
- SHA1: 0DFDDF2FA1FCC5F61E28448AABA983B36E8A847D
AVC Benchmark is a automated script which runs sample multi transcode in parallel on each node to test the density (number of streams) that can be run at 30 fps. It collects temp data saved as avc_benchmark_sorted_temp.txt in logs folder , for user to analyse CPU temperature.
To obtain detailed installation and usage instructions, see VCA2 Product Specification and README file inside the package.
The Benchmark Script is validated only on CentOS 7.2 and above. To run this benchmark, you need to make sure the operating systems on each node has Intel® Media Server Studio installed (PV3 or PV4 version). Make sure that vainfo is present at location /usr/bin on each node.
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