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Old 7 Jul 2006, 06:16 PM   #1
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Default Encoding times

Someone (anonymez?) asked me a little time ago how my encooding times had improved on my new system.

Well, now using Procoder 2 with multiple processes, I have had a chance to give it a couple of good workouts.

It is encoding at 20 frames per second (close to real time for PAL) on an Athlon 64 3800 X2 with 1Gig of Corsair RAM and a couple of 300Gb Seagate SATA drives using the normal DGDecode (not Nan's). This is more than 3 times faster than before.

Thanks to everyone for their advice on the new system.

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Old 7 Jul 2006, 10:02 PM   #2
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how much of the gig of ram sees use during the encoding?
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Old 7 Jul 2006, 10:26 PM   #3
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Just curious, what is your configuration on the two 300gb Seagate SATA drives?
Raid 0 or Raid 1? parallel or series setup on the hard drives?

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good stuff

i haven't seen the likes of 20fps for quite some time, but that's only cause i work with lots of interlaced content and prefer to deinterlace. slows me down to 1-2fps at dvd res, regardless of output format!
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