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Thread: Is there a Faster Encoder than TMPGenc?

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    MusicChick's Avatar Poster
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    I've got a lot of videos of different types, mpg,vob,etc., and I want to burn them to a cd-r or cd-rw to play on my dvd player, which plays mpgs. Anyway I need an encoder that is faster than TMPGenc. Is there one? Also how do I make an SCVD or VCD with Nero that will burn on to a cd and will play on a dvd player?

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    CCE (with eclcce) is faster than tmpeg, though tmpeg is prob the easiest, cos it predicts filesize for you
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    other programs wont be much faster.. it all depends on how fast is your PC

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivitron 15
    CCE (with eclcce) is faster than tmpeg, though tmpeg is prob the easiest, cos it predicts filesize for you
    I remember using these a while back. Very good programs

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    Go visit www.videohelp.com and do some reading. A lot of your questions can be answered there.

    regards.

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    Sorry to revive this...
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    Last edited by Harsh!; 01-17-2005 at 07:14 AM.

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    winavi. Takes about 30 minutes to transfer soemthign to a DVD

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