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Steven Webster
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06/13/2007 7:49 PM  
Well I've fully tested the functionality of this module and I'm excited to move forward with it. I'm also looking forward to some of the upcoming improvements you plan to make.

I have one lingering question which is related to performance. I've fought long and hard battle with DNN as it related to performance in high traffic installations. Does the module have any known performance limitations at this time that might limit it's deployment in a multi portal single DNN installation (multie server web farm)?


Steven Webster
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Pengtsen R
Posts:13551


06/15/2007 7:15 AM  
If you decide to add video and convert it by UVG it self, you should be aware that video conversion will comsume much computational resources if a lot of videos are added per day.

However, if you use UVG Converter to add new videos, there will be no limitaion in this product.

Thanks.

Pengtsen R
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Steven Webster
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06/16/2007 12:27 PM  
I understand. One question, when you say a lot of videos added per day....what do you mean? How many is a lot?

Steven Webster
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Pengtsen R
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06/17/2007 8:58 AM  
Well, a few seconds is necessary to convert a short video, if you have a dedicated server, and let's guess each video takes 10 seconds, then your server can convert (60/10)*60*24 = 8640 videos per day.

So I guess you'll get a good performance if you have less than 500 videos per day,

Thanks.

Pengtsen R
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