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Old 15th August 2008, 15:19   #1  |  Link
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GordianKnot ends up with 4,2 GB File instead of 1,9 GB file

Hi!

My first try with gordian knot.
I followed the guide available on this site step by step .....
I configured a resulting filesize of 1,9 GB (like it's explained in the guide) .....
as a result the tool ends up with a file of size 4,2 GB????

What went wrong??


Thanx for help in advance

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Old 15th August 2008, 18:59   #2  |  Link
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I assume you used Xvid - it doesn't always work properly with Gordian Knot. Either downgrade to Xvid 1.0.x or use the VfW build of x264.
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Weel, if properly configured (the default settings works pretty well too), both Xvid 1.1.3 and the 1.2.127 branch will not oversize very much; if the encode is well prepared (a proper compressibility test is done before, and the result is around 75-85% of the settings) it will not oversize for more than 2-3 MBytes.

It certainly does not account for a more than doubled final size such as in this case ... newuserxyz, could you please
a) tell us which encoder you're using;
b) post some screenshots of the GK settings (the "bitrate" and "resolution" tabs, for instance).
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