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Windows 7: Are there many video converting programs for 64 bit


02 Aug 2009   #1

windows 7 64 ultimate
 
 
Are there many video converting programs for 64 bit

windows 7, I'm looking for video converters/dvd rippers that are 64 bit apps or that can run on 64 bit windows 7, also cd/dvd burning software, any help is much appreciated,,


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02 Aug 2009   #3

windows 7 64 ultimate
 
 

thanks for the info..
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03 Aug 2009   #4

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

This is an excellent GUI for free video encoding/muxing components and it has both 32 and 64 bit versions:

FAVC

I use it on Vista64 with Shark's Vista Codec Pack and in Windows 7 7077 (the 32 bit version of FAVC) with Shark's Windows 7 codecs. What's really cool is you can set it to launch an encoder for each CPU core. When I convert a video file on my quad core it analyzes the file, breaks it up into 4 pieces and launches HC(you can use QuEnc if you prefer but HC "predictive quantizer" mode gets almost as good a result as 2 pass HC at almost as fast a speed as QuEnc single pass.. I've been using it exclusively lately) encoder for each piece, for each file in the list. Very good quality results.

edit: to see the difference run Core Temp or another performance tool that shows your core usage stats, then run a multi-threaded converter. Then run FAVC. You'll see that with FAVC all your cores are maxed out instead of getting maybe 68% average across the cores with multi-threaded apps.
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04 Aug 2009   #5

windows 7 64 ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MilesAhead View Post
This is an excellent GUI for free video encoding/muxing components and it has both 32 and 64 bit versions:

FAVC

I use it on Vista64 with Shark's Vista Codec Pack and in Windows 7 7077 (the 32 bit version of FAVC) with Shark's Windows 7 codecs. What's really cool is you can set it to launch an encoder for each CPU core. When I convert a video file on my quad core it analyzes the file, breaks it up into 4 pieces and launches HC(you can use QuEnc if you prefer but HC "predictive quantizer" mode gets almost as good a result as 2 pass HC at almost as fast a speed as QuEnc single pass.. I've been using it exclusively lately) encoder for each piece, for each file in the list. Very good quality results.

edit: to see the difference run Core Temp or another performance tool that shows your core usage stats, then run a multi-threaded converter. Then run FAVC. You'll see that with FAVC all your cores are maxed out instead of getting maybe 68% average across the cores with multi-threaded apps.
this sounds very good, thank you.................
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