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Looking 4 framework to smanage multiple processes with runtime.exec

 
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Hi Masters of Java!

I am writing an application which uses a binary to encode much video-files.
I use runtime.exec to start the encoder.exe (the program runs on a windows machine) - now i want to run n encoder.exe instances at the same time (parallel - its a multi processor machine) to speed up the encoding.
Does anyone know a framework / or TaskQueue implementation that could be useful for this scenario?
Thanks in advance ...
 
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The Doug Lea libraries for thread management and synchronization have been migrated into the standard Java libraries. I'd start with them.
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