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I migrated a Postgres database 9.1 doing 300K transactions/hour from a server with Red Hat OS, Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2670 0 @ 2.60GHz / 16 Core, 64 GB RAM, 240 GB x 4 Intel SSD TO Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2680 v4 @ 2.40GHz / 56 Core, 128 GB RAM, 2TB nvme PCI SSD, RANDOM READ 450000 iops, RANDOM WRITE 56000 iops. CentOS 6.9. Over a period of time the server slows down and the amount of data processed get reduced. If I clear the cache manually (sync; echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches) then the data processing resume to maximum level. Again after some time with load, the performance d
I've been with VideoPad since 2.x back in 2012. Took me a long while to write here as I'm now getting really concerned with performance issues. To be technical, my primary source file is an MKV w/ H264 and AAC at 480p60 resolution, 2 h 33 min in length at 9.1 GB, which I know is too huge but at least it brings about an extreme test to VideoPad's performance. All I want to do is to trim and add my audio commentary to it, I began by placing the whole thing into the timeline and began snipping from there. Here is what I found: - Splitting, cutting, manually moving the cursor b
Using 4.10 Starting with a long, single clip (e.g. 6 hr), add it to the sequence, and pan thru it on the timeline. When I find a section that I want to include in the final product, I copy/paste the clip so I now have two copies. I drag the clip boundaries to the time that I want included, then repeat for multiple clips (e.g. ~50). Then I play back the video using the main arrow under the Sequence Preview window. So far, so good. The problem occurs at some of the clip boundaries: the audio plays back unimpeded, but the video stalls with a "building preview" message. I can understand it
I'm using version 3.04 Unlicensed Free of VideoPad. A great piece of software I plan to purchase in August. In the meantime I am having some difficulty, however. I have a Phenom II Athlon X4 965 BE @ 3.4GHz but the program shows 100% CPU utilization in Task Manager no matter what I do. Is there an advisable core affinity I should set that might improve performance? I have a fairly robust system with lots of memory and I would not expect the program to be this taxing for my processor. If this is normal, please disregard. If not, any advice from fellow users would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!