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Old 5th April 2008, 19:45   #1  |  Link
Aladar
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Problems encoding .avi to .avi with Virtualdub

Hello,
I'm a noob in video compression, my problem is that when I tried to convert one avi to another using virtualdub, I got stuck. Everytime when I set output size (in this case, 170MB), I get a lot bigger file in the end (in this case about 500MB, which is pretty weird, since first pass is about 300MB).. I think it has something to do with audio compressing, because when i convert directly from vobs and mux audio after encoding, there are no problems like that.. Can somebody help me?

(P.S.: don't worry, I'm not doing anything illegal, I just experiment iwth avisynth and filters a bit with my old Ghost in the Shell DVD backups I've done before.. if you want proof i can even send oyu the photo of the DVDs )
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Old 5th April 2008, 20:43   #2  |  Link
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when I tried to convert one avi to another using virtualdub, I got stuck. Everytime when I set output size...
Where within VirtualDub do you have the ability to set a target filesize?
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Hi!Where within VirtualDub do you have the ability to set a target filesize?
Uh sorry I meant in Xvid options, when configuring passes.
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