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Old 15 Apr 2003, 01:02 PM   #1
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Instead of ripping from dvddecrypter in separate files, then coverting vobs to avi in flaskmpeg, then finally connecting the the separate avis into one to create a whole movie? becuase for the whole process it will take about 5 hrs for one 2 hour movie...that just seems a little much. Any suggestions will be much appreciatted
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I would recommend that you take a look at the divx/xvid encoding guides, as well as ripping guides from doom9.org

You may find better results, and faster encoding tips by using GKNOT 0.28 alpha in conjunction with xvid or divx.
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i actually have tried gknot and i found it to be extremely hard. you kno how they have a guide in the helps section of gknot? well i followed that pretty much step by step and ended up with a file that was even larger then the original...possible?? hmmm who knos but thanx for the info
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learning the basics might be a good start: codecs and compression

and reading additional guides might be helping too.
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Old 16 Apr 2003, 10:44 AM   #5
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Wow dvx has so many programs that need to be installed...thats kinda what im trying not to do...is have to work with so many different components. But, i just hopes its easier then knot cuz that plain sucked...
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Regarding single vs multiple vob encoding with flask (solves joining avi's too), read this thread: http://forum.digital-digest.com/show...threadid=19322
To reduce the number of vob's, check 'merge vob files' in dvddecripter file mode settings

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