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12-31-2002, 07:23 AM
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Hi KVCD.net

I've been downloading mpg movies to burn as SVCD with nero but I've now starting to learn how to encode DivX movies with TMPGEnc plus 2.5. I'm now gonna encode for my first time so I wanna know how long it will take to encode an avi. file with the size of 350mb.

My computer:

Intel pentium ||||
2.4GHz
256 RAM

I'm useing PAL and will put the movie on this

VBR 1950kbps 50min/700mb
Video type: non-interlace
Aspect ratio: 4:3 625 line (PAL 704*576) (or should I set on only 4:3 625 line? )

Other Settings:

Motion Search Precision: Highest Quality (very slow)

oke is it only this u need to know? hope so

plz how long will this take
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G'day Wolfi
I have a P4 2.0ghz pc, when I encode avi to mpeg I get 1.3 - 1.5 times speed, so a 1 hour avi will take approx 40 mins encoding time, but there are too many variables to give you an accurate estimate High quality motion search will increase this and probably not give any better results.
Check this thread http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2021 download ACP with all the apps this will help to automate the process of conversion.
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