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Old 2 Apr 2006, 05:43 PM   #1
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its simple.i was encoding lord of war,everythig went well,but the endresult was about 4600mb,now im encoding it again - ratio 97%...what could have done this,i havent updated my elcpro yet as i just did a clean install,and still didnt update everything
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Old 2 Apr 2006, 09:45 PM   #2
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I hope you did not fiddle with the targetsectors setting in your rebuilder.ini.

TargetSectors=2265000

This will give you somewhere around 4480 MB +/-

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Old 2 Apr 2006, 11:03 PM   #3
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i didnt touch anything,i installed first rb and then rocoder,at the first encoding,i got messages,to fing procoder2.exe,and then i made a mistake and set it to configure procoder manually,so later i ran comm.encoders configuration,and encoded the movie with this result,im waiting to see the size of this new result,second encoding ,first original,now the miscalculated result
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I have found Procoder2 to be very accurate with its target sectors.

Try a clean install and re-run eclpro after deleting elcpro.ini.

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ill look up to it as soon as i ge another movie to back up
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