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    I've looked around and can't find any info. Does VirtualDub normally convert avi to wav in real time? My 1st attempt to create a VCD. The conversion was working but VirtualDub was playing the whole movie in real time. Is this normal or do I need to tweak sumptin?

    Cheers, OMC

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    no it should be done in +/- 10 min
    i think you should change the video settings

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    Not sure why it was playing it in real time, but I know I can't wait no 10 min. If you go under options>preferences>Dub Defaults-Process Priority you can crank up the speed on conversions quite a bit. I wouldn't recommend the highest unless you won't be running anything else while you run Vdub.


    edit: typo

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    Gumbydancin, K-Lite Master

    Thanks.

    I see what you said about cranking up the speed. I tried a couple of other files today and they were fine, less than 10 min at default setting.

    I don't know what happened yesterday, but I deleted the file that was having the problem.

    Now my troubles are with encoding using TMPGEnc. More fun.

    Cheers, OMC

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