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Dustin
2008-11-29
2012-10-08
  • Dustin

    Dustin - 2008-11-29

    I've been using x264vfw + VDub to make Youtube vids. I usually set threads to "0" for my quad core. It has worked fine like that for many videos. However, very recently this causes the processing to fail on Youtube. I narrowed it down to the threads setting by uploading many small test videos (varying individual settings among them).

    I noted too that the file size between encodes with a threads setting of 1 (default) have a different file size than those with a different threads setting.

     
    • ale5000

      ale5000 - 2009-01-09

      I mean: I'm not expert can you explain why happens that, please?

       
    • BugMaster

      BugMaster - 2008-11-29

      Situation that file size of encodes differ with different number of threads is normal (supposed) behaviour. I don't know why it fail on Youtube (this is the question for them). Do you also have problems playing them locally? May be you forgot to activate "VirtualDub Hack" option?

       
    • ale5000

      ale5000 - 2008-12-26

      Can you explain this please: "file size of encodes differ with different number of threads is normal (supposed) behaviour" ?

       
    • BugMaster

      BugMaster - 2008-12-27

      What is not clean in this phrase (my bad English or what)?

       

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