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Old 26 Mar 2007, 09:28 AM   #1
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I know preprocessing may cause problems for DVD-RB as jdobbs says it is. What I have noticed is if I process with VobBlanker/Menushrink then use RB I believe my encoding speed is slower. Has anyone else seen this? Not a significant slowdown, I usually encode in the high 40 fps (not PAL) with HCenc_20 if I don't process I think I get in the mid to high 50 fps on the 2nd pass. Not a big deal, just wondering if the preprocessing may cause this, has anyone seen the same results?
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Personally, since I know what I'm doing when preprocessing prior to DVDRebuilder, I really don't pay attention to the time DVDRB takes to output my files. I sort of just click and walk away because I expect the time to be long anyways. I just do before I go to work or when i go to sleep.

To answer your question, I don't notice it.
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I know preprocessing may cause problems for DVD-RB as jdobbs says it is. What I have noticed is if I process with VobBlanker/Menushrink then use RB I believe my encoding speed is slower. Has anyone else seen this? Not a significant slowdown, I usually encode in the high 40 fps (not PAL) with HCenc_20 if I don't process I think I get in the mid to high 50 fps on the 2nd pass. Not a big deal, just wondering if the preprocessing may cause this, has anyone seen the same results?
I doubt if preprocessing will cause any slowness in the encoder, although I have never paid attention to speeds with this in mind, but am sure it doesnt sound logical.
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