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encoding rate? can it be increased?

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by mrblack, Mar 29, 2005.

  1. mrblack

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    is there any way to increase the encoding rate in dvd shrink
     
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  2. Noqoilpi

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    Buy a big ass CPU. ;-)

    Encoding depends on CPU power, quality settings for Shrink, the amount of compression and the kind of action in the movie. The reader can also effect the rate. ROMs are faster reading than writers(if locked). Last but not least make sure the DMA is enabled.

    What is your CPU and the rates you see encoding.
     
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    @ mrblack

    Advertising isn't allowed in the forum so please change your sig :)
     
  4. rpm-inc

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    I have a Dell laptop. 2.6 gig intel celeron, 512 mb ram, and about 15 gig free hard drive space. What should my encoding rate be? I eventually get about 3300 kb/s. Does this sound right?? Thanks for any help.
     
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    Sounds about right.
     
  6. rpm-inc

    rpm-inc Guest

    Thanks. One actually got up to about 4500 kb/s yesterday.
     

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