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Old 16 Jan 2003, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default Problem with FukNCalc for ReMPEG2

I need a calculator to figure out the compression ratio on ReMPEG2

I have tried to install FukNCalc

The install failed, and it obviously won't work.

I am running WinXP

Is there a special proceedure, or required software to do the install?

Is there another program I can use to calculate.

I need to ReMPEG Minority Report, my VOBs, Ifos, and Bups are 6.32 GB (6,795,382,784 bytes) according to WinXP properties.

I want to put them on one DVD-R

What ratio should I use?
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Old 16 Jan 2003, 03:40 PM   #2
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You need .NET Framework in order to get FukNCalc to work.
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Old 16 Jan 2003, 03:43 PM   #3
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Your computer is not fully windows updated or something. My calc requires the .Net Framework to be installed you can either get it off my site under downloads>fukrulez. or at microsoft.com

here is the .Net Framework Redistributable
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Old 17 Jan 2003, 12:40 PM   #4
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Default Hey msuc5vette

DO you have a bog standard calculator, if so, look at the size of the original ripped folder contents, i.e. it may say 5300000000, with all the vob files in it, rule of thumb is, a DVD-R will hold about 4300000000, or maybe a little bit more, but go for that, and use this following method

4300000000/5300000000 = 0.811,

or 43/53.

Then set the Rempeg quality to 80% (0.81) or 81% is the max.

If you have any probs, see my guide or email back



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Old 20 Jan 2003, 02:57 PM   #5
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Swanside

I thought that method would work w/o the calculator, but when I tried it even with a fudge factor the movie came out wayyy to big.

I adjusted the limit bit rate to 8900, I noticed in your guide you don't do that.

Is it a bad idea to set that?
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Old 20 Jan 2003, 07:21 PM   #6
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Whats the size of the folder with all the vob files in?
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