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Old 9 Nov 2002, 07:39 PM   #1
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Default ultra small files using gk and 5.02 pro

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ok i have kept trying to get the hang of this gk program but im getting no where. ive followed the guide to the letter and im still getting screwy results e.g.:

iceage
dvdtoavi ok
resolution 480x256 ok
audio ac3 6ch ok
crop blah blah
save and encode ok
watch job stats ?????? video = 32kbs bitrate = video file comming out which is about 110mb and green no picture???

ok reinstall dvix5.02 pro ok
start from the begining ok
blah blah ok
now video = 1kbs = ahhhhhh!!!! small file.
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Old 10 Nov 2002, 01:23 AM   #2
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Try loading the avs file created by GKnot into virtualdub. And setup the Divx5 encoding manually in virtualdub.

There is a guide that explains the procedure in full here

http://www.doom9.org/divx5-vdub.htm
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Default ok is this correct?

ive followed the guide and my machine is currentley encoding the first pass at 1kbs, is this correct as the projected file size is 2mb? does it suddenly start using a higher bitrate for the second pass?
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Yes this is perfectly normal.

The first pass is only an information gathering pass. Which creates a small and invald avi file that is'nt used for anything. The first pass creates the log file C:\divx.log, which is used by the second pass, which creates the real avi file.
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