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Help with making my analysing/encoding times faster with shrink

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by Swine, Aug 7, 2004.

  1. Swine

    Swine Member

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    I am having difficulties with the time it takes to analyse and encode any dvd I copy. It always takes 30-45 minutes to analyse and then another 2.5-3 hours to encode the dvd. My burn time is only 12 minutes.

    I have updated my firmware, checked if dma was enabled (it is), and closed all programs in the background.

    I amrunning deep analysis and the sharp quality feature. My cpu when encoding is 100% performance. Is this the problem?

    My computer:

    moblie AMD Athlon(tm) XP-M 1600+
    1.40 GHz
    768 MB of Ram
    LG GSA-4081B DVD burner
    Sony DVD-ROM DDU1621
     
  2. Gogui

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    I would suggest not to use the Quality enhancement feature, I was getting the same results when trying that, without it the Quality is very good even when compression rates reads 60%.
    I use Deep analysis anyway but not the sharp quality.
     
  3. RWG

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    Deep analysis is the time killer. I don't use it on anything but that's me. What you want to do is what is important.

    later-
     
  4. Gogui

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    Interesting...
    Deep analysis takes about 1 hour and then encoding another hour, if I dont use the deep analysis, the encoding will befsater?
     
  5. Gogui

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    faster I meant
     
  6. RWG

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    Yes, it will. Try it.

     
  7. michigan

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    using "Deep analysis" you will "encode" the disc twice, that is your time killer. For faster but less accurate backups don't use the "deep analysis". The quality enhancements are also a time killer. by doing both of these you are adding a lot of time to your backups but also a lot of quality. Video compression is all about compramise you choose faster or better quality.

    BTW, That is actually pretty fast for doing both "deep analysis" and "quality enhancement"
     
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    Can someone answer if its ok for the CPU to be running at 100% throughout encoding etc
     
  9. Swine

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    Thanks for the responses! Just found this forum and it is a really great place to find resources.

    Everybody I know who rips/burns dvds says that my time for the process is a long time but now, I think that they are using faster less quality methods than my process. If that is the case, I would rather wait the extra time to get a near perfect copy than have a half-ass copy.





     
  10. michigan

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    It's fine encoding uses A LOT of processor, mine runs between 90% and 100%
     

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