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Video Compiling distribution

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I was wondering if there was a way to make the compiling of video distributed over my home network? say I am making a home video and it gets to be about an hour or so in length, that takes a dang long time to compile on most computers. but given that I have many many computers at my home and all are networked, I was wondering if there was a way to harness the CPU power of all the computers at once to compile the data? kinda like getting multiple sources for a DL can increase the speed. I know that the computers would have to all have certain permissions ect, but i was just wondering if anyone knew of a solution to this idea?
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