The video encoder?


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I use moved a small media player, with a resolution of 320x240. I would like to fill in for him as many films from his collection. But the problem of time encoding. I tried XVID4PSP to encode.


Video what settings to encode at 320x240 encoded faster?
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The situation is similar. I Use Handbrake.
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Set the codec to MPEG-4 (FFmpeg), looking for the maximum bitrate which will pull your player, then save the settings in a preset. For each preset you can specify the maximum width and height.
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The series length in half an hour makes for ~5 minutes (athlon64 2.5 mhz).
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ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/FFmpeg — it's like all coders use in one way or another ffmpeg. with the settings once to understand, and then everything will be easy
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Prefer SUPER © www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html#Dnload free and very smart, but the settings You recommend are already "under itself" it to pick up
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Not on the subject matter: why you need a very fast compression?
Chose files for a week, left on the night — and all things.
In addition, winning in speed, probably will lose in quality or size — which is more important?
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I myself clamp VirtualDub. There you can select any codec installed on your system. I remember in the divx codec there is a preset type, or restrictions on the fly — but the result is, of course, or a very large file, or crappy quality.
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