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Old 12 Dec 2002, 10:14 PM   #1
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Question how long will it take??

hi i have been ripping about 20 movies sofar with my amd t-bird 900mhz. and it takes about 6-10 hours depending on if use inverse telecine etc. i was thinking to buy a new processor, like amd xp 2100, thats about 1,7ghz. how will this improve the time it takes for me to rip a divx? how many hours do you guys think it would take for me to rip a movie? would really apreciate replys before i buy this processor. thnx in advance
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Old 12 Dec 2002, 10:48 PM   #2
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Yes of course you will get a nice speed boost by upgrading to a faster PC. Divx encoding doesn't quite scale with clock speed but it's not that far off. I really hate stating specific numbers, because it'll depend on quite a lot of factors other than just raw clock speed.
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Old 13 Dec 2002, 11:55 PM   #3
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ok man.. but i wanna know if its the half speed or something?
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yes, it should take somewhere in the neighborhood of half the time...
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cool. thnx man
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I have an AMD XP 1600+

For 1 pass 2 hours 56 min
For 2 pass 5 hours 35 min

The movie then has a lengt of 79 minutes and I use al the professional setings from the Divx 5.0.2 Codec and I also do cropping an resizing. Without any audio on it yet!

I also have an AMD XP 2200+

For 1 pass 1 hours 48 min
For 2 pass 3 hours 24 min

The movie then has a lengt of 79 minutes and I use al the professional setings from the Divx 5.0.2 Codec and I also do cropping an resizing. Without any audio on it yet!

Hope this is some usefull help.
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