Overclock.net banner
1 - 9 of 9 Posts

·
Banned
Joined
·
11,459 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Video encoding software that can do x264 codec, utilize a quad core, possibly take advantage of x64 system, and can output 720p minimum. Must be able to accept FRAPS codec
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
8,190 Posts
for a sec i thought that this is another spam thread...

well, Badaboom converter utilizes nvidia's cude. The output could reach to up to 1080p max in a h264 encoded picture.

It's the fastest to date.

http://www.badaboomit.com/
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
5,411 Posts
MeGUI. Full quad support (100% on all 4 cores on my quad) and if you use Directshowsource, you can load almost any codec into it.

Why would you load straight Fraps footage in there? You only get a few minutes of actual footage per 4GB file, and you'd probably need to edit some of it.

TUT (all the stuff you need + walkthrough of setup):
http://www.halo3forum.com/montage-vi...filefront.html
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
10,440 Posts
Quote:


Originally Posted by SZayat
View Post

for a sec i thought that this is another spam thread...

well, Badaboom converter utilizes nvidia's cude. The output could reach to up to 1080p max in a h264 encoded picture.

It's the fastest to date.

http://www.badaboomit.com/

Is this program officially out?
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
8,190 Posts
Quote:


Originally Posted by TaiDinh
View Post

Is this program officially out?

I've been using badaboom for couple of months now. You have to try it. Its at least 15 times faster to covert the movie on my 8800GTS than on my Dual-Core Athlon 6400+.
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
11,272 Posts
Quote:


Originally Posted by SZayat
View Post

for a sec i thought that this is another spam thread...

well, Badaboom converter utilizes nvidia's cude. The output could reach to up to 1080p max in a h264 encoded picture.

It's the fastest to date.

http://www.badaboomit.com/

Badaboom is not the fastest to date. The quality is so bad that you might as well set x264 to use its fastest settings - it would be faster and still look better.

http://www.overclock.net/other-softw...ml#post5697477
If you watch the Badaboom video above you'll see how bad it is. It really takes more than a screenshot to show, because there are dancing blocks all over the place.
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
11,459 Posts
Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Quote:


Originally Posted by SZayat
View Post

for a sec i thought that this is another spam thread...

well, Badaboom converter utilizes nvidia's cude. The output could reach to up to 1080p max in a h264 encoded picture.

It's the fastest to date.

http://www.badaboomit.com/

I tried badaboom and it wont take FRAPS codec, it wont encode the video

Quote:


Originally Posted by low strife
View Post

MeGUI. Full quad support (100% on all 4 cores on my quad) and if you use Directshowsource, you can load almost any codec into it.

Why would you load straight Fraps footage in there? You only get a few minutes of actual footage per 4GB file, and you'd probably need to edit some of it.

TUT (all the stuff you need + walkthrough of setup):
http://www.halo3forum.com/montage-vi...filefront.html

thanks for that
However what I could do is just edit it in another program, cut out scenes and stuff... what do you recommend here?
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
11,272 Posts
Virtualdub if you just want to edit stuff out.

You can just use Avisynth too for that, and IMHO it's more straightforward, but it doesn't have a GUI.

First you load a clip:
avisource("fraps_video.avi")

And then you find the frame ranges you want to keep (using a video player, or a much more convenient alternative, AvsP (an avisynth script editor)).

What Trim does is trim around the specified frame range, so if you want to keep frames 500 to 1000, you do this:

avisource("fraps_video.avi")
trim(500,1000)

And if you want to keep 500 to 1000, 1500 to 2750 and 2931 to 3000, you do this:

avisource("fraps_video.avi")
trim(500,1000)+trim(1500,2750)+trim(2931,3000)

And so on
 
1 - 9 of 9 Posts
Top