how many FPS does your computer do when ripping a movie via Handbrake

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  1. LOUDSYSTEM

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    More than you can afford, pal
     
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    alot. i dont remember exactly but i think near 157 :dunno:
     
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    oh?
     
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    ya i avg around that

    how do i get it to go faster?
     
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    Damn you and your Mac Pro's...

    About 48fps here.... 2ghz C2D MB
     
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    oh.. :rofl: i thought that was slow :noes:
     
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    it depends on the codec

    x264, i get around 28-36, ffmpeg i get 190-210 fps

    i use fffmpeg mostly
     
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    renice that shit to -20
     
  10. jackback52

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    23 with my Macbook CD
    7 with My iMac G5 2GHz
     
  11. skolen

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    Don't know off the top of my head, but the settings make all the difference.

    Typically I rip to an iPod compatible size, so that's ~(n)x480. I set the bitrate to 1500 so when I stream to my TV the movies look almost DVD quality and the compression is Mpeg4 (H.264 takes too long and isn't worth it for me).

    Average 1hr40min movie takes 30-40min to rip on my PowerMac G5 dual 2.3Ghz with 3.5Gb of RAM.
     

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