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06-30-2002, 09:50 AM
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Some of you guys are batch encoding the first x min. of a movie for testing. How do you do this?

The only easy way I know of is to abort encoding when the source position gets to the time I want but this is hard to do while I'm sleeping

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When you're done with all you settings. Click on FILE from the menu, choose ADD CURRENT TO BATCH LIST from the drop-down menu, then click on MPEG from the drop-down sub menu. rename the file as you wish then click on the SAVE button. That particular encode should now be on the batch list. To add more to the list, just do the same procedure then when you're ready to start encoding, go to FILE, choose BATCH ENCODE, then click on the button RUN.
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Originally Posted by rendalunit
Some of you guys are batch encoding the first x min. of a movie for testing. How do you do this?

The only easy way I know of is to abort encoding when the source position gets to the time I want but this is hard to do while I'm sleeping

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Before you save your project, as Timberwolf said above, just do a "source range" and select from first frame to your last frame. You can see the time in the source range window so you can scroll up to the min:sec you want to encode.

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Oh, that's what I was looking for!

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