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these are great templates, that saved my time in testing diff settings
thanks a bunch
But I do have a question:
I am a newbie on this sort of things, and I decided to use some of my
work related resources (a Dell 2giz 8processors with 10gig or RAM) to help
me out on this my first DivX to SVCD process, still took about 6hrs to
convert 1.45 min of movie, is this correct, expected ?
I used TMPGenc to do it, one file 5-6 hrs., TMPEGenc does not take advantage of the CPU power available?

even on my Dell Notebook 1.2 gz with 1gig of memory will take about the same time to do it?

thanks again for this most great piece of code.. is making my sleep dissorder even worse.. jajaja
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these are great templates, that saved my time in testing diff settings
thanks a bunch
But I do have a question:
I am a newbie on this sort of things, and I decided to use some of my
work related resources (a Dell 2giz 8processors with 10gig or RAM) to help
me out on this my first DivX to SVCD process, still took about 6hrs to
convert 1.45 min of movie, is this correct, expected ?
I used TMPGenc to do it, one file 5-6 hrs., TMPEGenc does not take advantage of the CPU power available?

even on my Dell Notebook 1.2 gz with 1gig of memory will take about the same time to do it?

thanks again for this most great piece of code.. is making my sleep dissorder even worse.. jajaja
HaHa. You should see my sleep pattern ( if there's any )
Those times are about right. I have a P4 @1.6Ghz and it takes about 7+ hours for a 2 hour movie with the KVCDx2 templates.
So you're in range!. If you really want speed, get a dual 2Ghz Xeon. That will really speed things up!. I can't wait to get my hands on one of those motherboards.

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06-15-2002, 02:19 AM
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(a Dell 2giz 8processors with 10gig or RAM) to help
I didn't read your original post correctly. A Dell 2Ghz 8 processor
If that's what you have, then there's something definitively wrong!
TMPEG should at least recognize 2 processors. You should be encoding a 2 hour movie in about 4 hours with that hardware and the KVCDx2 templates at 704x480

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06-15-2002, 03:54 PM
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(a Dell 2giz 8processors with 10gig or RAM) to help
I didn't read your original post correctly. A Dell 2Ghz 8 processor
If that's what you have, then there's something definitively wrong!
TMPEG should at least recognize 2 processors. You should be encoding a 2 hour movie in about 4 hours with that hardware and the KVCDx2 templates at 704x480

kwag
Yeap, that is what I am thinking, my next "project" , will be the
Start W clone movie, I found a DivX good enough to try it and see what
happens, but again , yes I will be probably doing it on a 8cpu machine
and I will post my results .. next week with any luck
I can post the task manager monitor , how do I do it ?
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Maybe Option -> Environmental settings -> CPU -> Use multi-thread = 8 processors would do something.
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Normaly I run TMPGEnc on an dual PIII 1.1 Ghz Box(under Linux with wine *gg*) and there is an considerable performance increase when I start 2 single threaded TMPGEnc processes instead of one Multithreaded process. Im talking about 40% speed increase.


TMPGEnc dont check the SMP flag automaticaly nor remembers that it was set bevore on an new startup

Btw. According to the TMPGEnc Webpage a maximum of 2 Processors can be used in the current version ...
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