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Subject: Re: .RVF creation
From: BlueChip (cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net)
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
>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
>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
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
>>Any help would be appreciated.
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