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Old 4th January 2002, 23:27   #1  |  Link
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NDub, or VDub default option change in gknot?

I’m using Gknot .21b version for my dvd rip, divx encode process. While using Gknot and divx 4.11 codec, 2pass, I get nice results. The only thing I don’t like is during playback, on occasion the movie will suddenly fast forward for a couple milliseconds. It’s not that big of a deal because it only happens on occasion, but, sometimes it can get irritating because you’ll miss what the person said because of the fast forward.

I followed the Gknot guide to a tee which brings me to my question; are there any set values I should/could “CHANGE” in vdub and or ndub, that might alleviate this problem? Does anyone have some good set values that they can recommend I change too?

Just for the record, I convert the ac3 audio to 1 x vbr-mp3, and set that for about 192kbps while in gknot.

I guess I’m wondering if I should “change” any "key frame values" from the Gknot .21b default, perhaps in ndub or vdub progs?
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Old 4th January 2002, 23:32   #2  |  Link
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Please don't double post, it wont get you anywhere. I have answered your question in the Gknot forum.
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Old 5th January 2002, 00:56   #3  |  Link
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I wasn't sure which forum would be the best to post this issue in. Since it related to all 3 topics (gknot, vdub, ndub) I figured it appropriate to post in the 3 forums individually. (if this was/is frawned upon, do accept my apology)

I’m not sure what you are implying when you say it “won’t get me anywhere”, when in fact, I’m not trying to go no where but to have my questions addressed.

Your response to my question in the “other forum” was on the drawn out technical end, and it really didn’t answer my question.

I do thank you though for taking the time to respond.
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