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01-01-2003, 06:37 AM
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Hi SansGrip...

ok I tried several things but...
I don't have a clue how to predict filesize for 25 fps material.
would that be sampler(length=25) ? would the formula change?
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G'day Jellygoose

I had this same question a couple of days ago.

the command is sampler(length=24)

the 24 is from the length of the gop ie:1,12,2,1,24

if the gop were 1,12,2,1,12 then the command would be sampler(length=12)
other than that the formula remains the same.
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alright thanks urban !

Sometimes you don't get the chance to look through all the posts that have been posted one day .

again lots of thanks!
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Just in case you missed it, we're now using CCE to encode everything.
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