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Old Feb 21, 2002, 02:19 PM
Devil-Man Devil-Man is offline
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What's all the fuss? My dual AhtlonG9 5000 50GHz system only needed 30 seconds to encode shrek.
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Old Feb 21, 2002, 02:50 PM
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wanna hear somethin' real "funny"? i currently do all my rips and encodes on an AMD 350MHZ machine!!!

a 90 minute movie takes me about

- 10-20 minutes to rip from DVD
- 35-45 minutes to run dvd2avi
- 14 hours to encode to a 352x240 mpeg1 for VCD

if i'm doing a hi-rez 352x480, two disc VCD set of the movie, the encode easily runs 18-24 hours!!!

at an average of 1-3 rips a week, i'd say i keep my AMD 350mhz processor running hot most of the time!

and u guys are complainin' about a 4 hour encode? puh-leeze!

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Old Feb 21, 2002, 03:50 PM
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Thanks for the help! Ill try your suggestions.
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Old Feb 21, 2002, 07:18 PM
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Hi

I can do a full rip (1 hour 40 mins)

including ripping, encode, splitting and burn 4hour 30 min

useing speed ripper

flask mpeg with panosonic plugin 8.30 frames a sec
at 352\288 vcd

film iedit

nero

it takes 9 hours if i do 3 at a time

useing xp 1800 plus running at 140 mhz
512 ddr mem

COOL ERRRRR
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Old Feb 22, 2002, 06:10 AM
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hey 007,

u sure about that 8.30 frames/sec encoding rate?
that doesn't sound very fast for such a fine machine.

at 352x288, i assume ur working in PAL (25fps), so a 90 minute movie has about 135,000 frames. encoding 135,000 frames at a rate of 8.30 frames/sec would take 271 minutes or 4.5 hours, just for encoding. add ripping, splitting and burning and it's more like 5+ hours for a 90 minute movie.

still better than my AMD 350mhz, though... LOL
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Old Feb 22, 2002, 01:01 PM
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Whoa... i had no clue your operating system could also effect the time it takes to encode.
 

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