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Good application for Batch Encoding?

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by willr666, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. willr666

    willr666 Member

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    I use Shrink and love it - but as far as I know, it does not support
    batch encoding. Has anyone developed this functionality for Shrink or can someone recco another program.

    Thanks
    Will
     
  2. IHoe

    IHoe Senior member

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    DVDRebuilder Pro has batch processing!
     
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    willr666 Member

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    How does this compare to DVDShrink in quality and encoding time?

    tx
    Will
     
  4. IHoe

    IHoe Senior member

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    Shrink is a transcoder that doesn't take too long...... DVDREbuilder Pro is an encoder that breaks down the video files to it's components of audio and video and rebuilds it to the proper size for a DVD5 (or no compression for a DVD9)..... this makes for a longer processing time but it's the best encoder program there is. I can save my projects and load up 4 DVDs to do overnight and when I wake up in the morning there is 4 DVDs to burn using any burning software you have with the best quality you can get! I don't think Shrink has a batch processor where DVDRebuilder Pro does:

    http://www.jdobbs.com/Pages/DVDRebuilder/DVD-RB_Pro_download.htm

    check out the DVDRebuilder forum and ask your questions there about DVDREbulider Pro!
     
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  5. DigitalSk

    DigitalSk Regular member

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    IHOE
    How many hours do you sleep ?
    I'm asking because I use it as well but it's not even finished in the morning when I want to do 2 movies.
     
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    IHoe Senior member

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    my average times are 115mins total per movie! I use DVDREbuilder Pro w/CCE and 2 passes! I used to set up 4 movies and let it go by 9PM .... I usually go to bed by 12 and get up by 6 or 7AM. All done and ready for burning! I have a Dell XPS Extreme Edition, 3733 MHZ, 2GB DDR2 SDRAM it's fast enough!
     
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    ... Yeah, your specs are faster than mine. See my signature.
    I guess that's why... There's a big difference in time tough !
     
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    teflonmyk Regular member

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    LOL... I remember those times!!! Now I can encode movies in well under an hour with 2 passes... That being said; DVDRebuilder is the best- BAR NONE!!!
     
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    @teflonmyk....... Where have you been....... I thouhgt you'd be an Addict by now! come on man..... get going!
     
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    teflonmyk Regular member

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    Work has been pretty demanding lately. On top of that< I just bought a new house. I haven't really been frequenting AD the past few months!!! Things are settling back down for me now, though. I am almost finished decking out my new PC. I just put a Hauppauge! PVR-350 tuner card in it. My times with Rebuilder/CCE have been amazing with the Core2Duo processor!!! 2 passes in 40 - 45 minutes!!! Of course, that leads me to use RB/CCE a lot more frequently now! That's a far cry from the times I was getting with my 1.8GHz processor!
     
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    wow and I thought I was getting great times! good luck with your new PC! enjoy and welcome back! I knew someone was missing around here!
     

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