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Automating the TMPGEnc process

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by codewize, Dec 29, 2002.

  1. codewize

    codewize Member

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    Is there a way to use this application through the command line? I would love to set up a automated encoding process to handle the bulk of the encoding during the night while I'm sleeping.

    Thanks in advance,
    Carl.
     
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    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    Naw I dont think so. Could you be a little more specif though???
     
  3. jnihil

    jnihil Moderator Staff Member

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    With tmpgenc you can save the encode job to a batch list and have them all processed whilst you snooze. It can also shutdown the pc for you as well.
     
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    if you have version 2.57 or greater, use the wizard and at the last step, instead of encoding immediately, click on batch encoding. Then click next and you can setup another encoding process. After you set them all up, go to file, batch encode, and select the ones you want to encod and it will process all of them. I do this for movies that take more than 1 disk to fit. Works great for overnite encoding.
     

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