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Despite the title of the thread, I haven't tried yet, but looks like a good idea:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?threadid=71493

It's a command-line AVI encoder... Since FFVFW uses AVI interface, it should be possible to do batch encodes using this. Better yet, sources are available so it should be easy to make it a kvcd command-line encoder.
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Preliminary tests: it does work with ffvfw, but you have to disable B-Frames and turn on output to AVIFile. I suggest using the following command-line

avs2avi teste.avs -w -o n

There's a -l switch to load processing setting but I don't know how it works, tried loading virtualdub processing settings with no success.

EDIT: Found out:
-s will save the processing settings to use later.
I am still wondering if this will be faster than virtualdub.
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