[MEncoder-users] What's necessary in first pass of 2 passes
pete at petedavis.net
Tue Jul 5 17:41:15 CEST 2005
> On 7/5/05, Pete Davis <pete at petedavis.net> wrote:
> > I have a 2 pass encoding and it's kind of slow and I'm wonder if I can
> > remove anything time consuming from the first pass without affecting the
> > overall quality. I read the docs and I was a bit unclear on what could
> > removed and what couldn't be removed. This is from a bash script, so $1
> > the input AVI.
> > I assume I can do the audio encoding in only one of the passes. Would
> > just be the second?
> I'd do that in just the first pass.
I meant to ask, why in the first pass? The first pass has an output to
/dev/null. Shouldn't it be the second? If I do it in the first pass, how
exactly would that work?
And what would be the advantage to doing it in the first pass over doing it
in the second?
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