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What's the best software out there for encoding avi's to DVD's?
It takes nero vision about 1hr.30 min to encode a full length movie 2hr.. on low quality.
Is there any software out there that can do it faster?
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that's actually pretty fast. Encoding takes a [bleep] of a long time. The only other thing that you can do to improve speed is probably get a faster computer.
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Or maybe just a faster burner. Then again, this isn't my area of expertise...
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Hello,

The actual encoding process is almost entirely dependent on CPU power and number of cycles. A faster burner would definitely speed up the burning of the resulting image, but would not affect the actual encoding of the files. As mentioned before, encoding does take a long time. Most users seem to run batches of conversions at night when we are not using our computers.

Cheers,
Tom

Or maybe just a faster burner. Then again, this isn't my area of expertise...


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