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Just curious- If use these filters, how much more time do I add to my encoding?
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Just curious- If use these filters, how much more time do I add to my encoding?
SansGrip's filters are very fast. Maybe 3 or 4 frames per second slower that without the filters, depending on your CPU. Maybe SansGrip can answer this question more accurately

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01-28-2003, 10:17 AM
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All the Sansgrip filters I use ( blockbuster, fluxsmooth, legalclip and sampler ) doesn´t increase the time of encode so much. It´s a very wise decision to use them to make your encode better.

Also dustv5 and convolution3d are good filters, but they increase the time very, very much ( in my case a increase of ~8 hrs in a Athlon 1,0GHz ).
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Originally Posted by telemike
Just curious- If use these filters, how much more time do I add to my encoding?

you got:

more compression wants more time to encode and give less size (+ + -)

less compression wants less time to encode and give more size (- - +)

ps:
(+ + -) and (- - +) is to turn it simple (i think)
..or maybe no,is to drive you in mad.
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