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Old Feb 20, 2002, 08:48 PM
DkantDside DkantDside is offline
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I encoded the movie shrek, a 1hour and 30min film and it took like 4 hours to encode. Is there a faster way? I would really like to know.
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Old Feb 20, 2002, 09:13 PM
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You haven't said what your PC specs are or what quality you encoded to.

Using TMPGEnc on the standard VCD template with an AMD 1.4Ghz 512 meg of RAM a 1 1/2 hour film from avi to mpg takes me about 2 1/2 to 3 hours.

It's a long process, the better quality you want the longer it takes.

Check out the [url=***********.vcdhelp.com/convert.htm]VCD Help tutorials on encoding.
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Old Feb 20, 2002, 09:21 PM
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I think on vcd help.com they said that Flask does encode faster than TMPGEnc but from my experience i saw that TMPGEnc is faster, don't know why but i'm guessing because Flask is design for AMD and I have a pentium so it doesn't work well together?
I have a Pentium III 933mhz
It ussualy takes me around 5 hours to encode a movie
and also ur operating system also matters, i've notice that my win XP encode alot faster than my win98SE
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Old Feb 20, 2002, 10:32 PM
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There is an Intel optimised version of Flask.
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Old Feb 21, 2002, 06:14 AM
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some of the other major factors that affect encoding time are:

1) resolution of output mpeg - the larger the rez, the more time to encode
example: a 640x480 encode will take a lot longer than a 352x240 encode
2) the use of filters - the more filters u use, the more time to encode
3) rate control mode - 2 pass VBR encodes takes much longer than a 1 pass
4) the encoder u use. i hear CCE is faster than TMPGEnc

u can also speed up ur encodes using TMPGEnc on a multi-processor machine and enabling the "Multithread" feature (Option->Environmental Setting->CPU)
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Old Feb 21, 2002, 06:40 AM
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DOH!

and all this time I have left my 2nd processor just sitting there... had I but known that my dual 6.4ghz processing machine could speed this up... Hey does anyone know if these progs will run on a CRAY?

*for those of you who dont know, this was meant to be funny... not real funny but a little bit funny... similar say to the silly walks sketch from monty python...

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