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Old 26th March 2002, 11:52   #1  |  Link
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Why "fast recompress" and not "full processing"?

Hello,
try to do some Rip-Jobs with Virtual Dub. Read Dooms guides and have a single question now.

Why we should use "fast recompress" when load a avs-file in? Shouldn't be "full processing"? Or is it preprocessed by avi-synth?

Don't want to get on your nervs...

Dooms guides are top!

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Old 26th March 2002, 12:15   #2  |  Link
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I believe there's plenty of posts discussing that very topic around here. Search if you want more detailed info than the following:

The short version:
1) Fast Recompress is faster
2) Fast Recompress doesn't unneccesarily convert between RGB<>YUV colorspace, and thus leaves the input more like the original. It also causes reason 1).
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yes that is true, but if you do want to use ANY filters in vdub you will have to set it to full processing mode
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