On Tue, Sep 18, 2001 at 11:08:31PM +0100, Lotas T Smartman wrote:
> Duron is definatly the way to go! Not only do you get a REALY fast system,
> you can upgrade easly. If you get a board with DDR enabled and normal non
> DDR memory, you can use your old memory now, and later on
I've only got the "ancient" type of memory, 133MHz. Still, it's fast.
> question to Ronny B. When you say near real time compression of DivX's what
> exactly do you meen. Like close to 24 or 30 Frames pre second? If so, im
> definatly doing something wrong! Ive a 700 on Win2k and im only getting
Actually, it's down to about 13-15 (well, debugging does that to fast
code :P). Speed improvement are possible, though. FFmpeg and mpeg2divx
are both a tad faster, but nowhere near as usable :(
> about 3 - 4 fps.
I'm using DivXripper, the "official hack" Win32 DLL, and custom
modifications to the former. I'll probably tidy up the source and post
on SourceForge when I'm less busy.
(The only thing I need Win32 for in relation to DVD is subtitle ripping,
but I'll hack up an option in DivXripper later on ;)
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