I really appreciate the temp alarms that gkrellm has. I've been spending a lot of time screwing with video lately, so I get to watch CPU0 go to yellow alert (58C) and CPU1 go to red alert (60C)
So, I'm mpeg encoding Get Smart #5
right now. It's great, it's the one where we meet The Craw. (not The Craw, The Craw!) Using cinelerra and my wireless connection, I can cut out the commercials and actually mpeg encode in the background while I wait for class to start in the morning. Unfortunately, I can't check for a/v sync. This file loses sync towards the end, so that also has to get edited. I wonder if there's any network audio streaming solution I can use that will gaurantee sync with the video that's also being sent over the network. This may be something separate that has to get hacked into cinelerra.
I think I'm going to have to put linux onto my windows box in a dual boot, so that I can harvest its CPU when I'm working in cinelerra, or transcode, or other cluster enabled stuff.