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Old 6th December 2020, 17:43   #1  |  Link
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Hi all!
Using Hauppauge Capture, I transfered my old 8mm cassettes to my pc. I try edit these .ts files using vdub2, but while the original file has a size of 5gb, the saved file has a size of 55gb!!!
Am i doing something wrong? Thanks!
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Size difference is likely due to codec used in source and in destination files.
.ts could have serveral types of codec and most likely lossy compressed [very high compression].
You might want to reveal MediaInfo report for the .ts file, and the codec you are using for output
so that others can better answer your question.
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Old 6th December 2020, 20:31   #3  |  Link
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Size difference is likely due to codec used in source and in destination files.
.ts could have serveral types of codec and most likely lossy compressed [very high compression].
You might want to reveal MediaInfo report for the .ts file, and the codec you are using for output
so that others can better answer your question.
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