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Video encoding services are known to be computationally intensive. In a software environment, it is desirable to be able to adapt to the available computing resources. Therefore, modern live video encoders have the "elasticity" feature. That is, their algorithmic complexity adapts automatically to the number and capabilities of available CPU cores. In other words, the more CPU are allocated to a live video encoder, the higher the encoding performance. Until recently, the elasticity feature wasdoi:10.18580/setep.2022.47.3 fatcat:cudtgwlqajfzzlkg4qatf5tvxa