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Old 3 May 2003, 07:59 PM   #1
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Default Can't get correct file size ,help.me

you've read the subject,i encode 83min dvd into xvid,2pass,set video size,and 128 audio,when i check end file in avi codecaudio size is correct(+-77MB),but altough i configured second pass xvid video size to be 581012Kb (567,39MB) ,AVIcodec shows that videosize is (about) 630 MB!!!!!!!!so i always get round 716MB file!!!!!!!(instead of nice one CD 648MB file!!!!!!!
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ok well despite the problems with that simpledivx website i was able to download it, version 1.22 wont work it refuses to accept the paths in step 8, and wont encode, i downloaded 1.21 and it seems to be working so far.
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Id like to know what programs you are using to encode... but, if you want a precise tool to have the desire size, try gordian knot... with gk that 83 mins movie can be encoded into 648 or less without any problem... or try even a more precise tool.. dvd to ogm.
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gordian knot seems to work only with divx
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I use gordian dnot for XviD every day without any problems.

Might take you about an hour to get your settings exactly how you like them but after that it's so easy. I backup a DVD with about a minute of clicking, size is spot on every time.

My futurama episodes encoded beautifully with a maximum deviance of 30k when encoding them to 175MB each.
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