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Subject: Re: .RVF creation
From: BlueChip (cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net)
Date: 2004-04-01


At 04:46 01/04/04, you wrote:
>The avitoyuv program takes a really long time...I'm running a 1.6 gHz system
>with almost 1 gig of memory and it still takes at least 20 minutes to convert
>a large(150 meg) video. If you close it early it just outputs what it has so
>far...so when you run all the other programs on the .yuv file it's
>incomplete...
>which would explain only audio.
>
>Also, make sure you're resizing it. That can make it take a long time too. A
>150 meg file that you try to run avitoyuv on without resizing it must take
>like
>days.
>
>When avitoyuv runs, it doesn't have any output...that's why it just sits there
>in a dos window. It also doesn't use much hard disk access or CPU time, I've
>noticed.

If it's not accessing the CPU or the HDD, you might be on to why it is
running so slowly?

>On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 17:02:57 -0800 (PST), Cman <curveball540_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>>I have recently tried to make .rvf files using the rock video program. I
>>downloaded all the tools, but when I tried to convert the file, I ran the
>>avitoyuv file, but all that came up was a blank command prompt that
>>stayed there for an hour or so. I thought it had frozen or something, so
>>i closed it, and it seemed to do everything else right. When i put it on
>>my fm recorder, all i could hear was the audio. Anyone know what am i
>>doing wrong?
>>Any help would be appreciated.
>>Thanx
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