OK a strange one. I have occasionally had to convert the older WWII movies with AC3/2 undefined soundtracks using an earlier version of DVD fab, because 126.96.36.199 and higher versions have not been able to convert them for my Archos 605.
The profile I use is “profile is used to create avi(xvid + mp3) file, which can be played on PC or supported device.” Fixed bitrate of 800kbs, cropping with 720x300 resolution.
I have for some time been convinced that version 188.8.131.52 is faster than version 184.108.40.206 and later. Here are my results using the same file and configurations for memory CPU etc…
DVD Fab version 220.127.116.11#
[li]Analyze maxed out at around 162 fps after around 3 minutes[/li][li]Encode maxed out at around 129fps after 3 or so minutes[/li][li]if I disabled CUDA it maxed out at around 133 fps[/li][li]CPU usage was around 75% of CPU (so CUDA not involved)[/li][/ul]
DVD Fab version 18.104.22.168#
[li]Analyze maxed out at around 205 after around 3 minutes[/li][li]Encode maxed out at around 165fps after 3 or so minutes[/li][li]No CUDA in this version[/li][li]CPU usage was around 40-60%% of CPU when encoding, more 40% than 60%[/li][li]CPU Usage was only 42% when analyzing[/li][/ul]
It seems as if 22.214.171.124 is around 28% faster and puts 20-30% less load on the CPU
It’s not a problem for me, because I will simply do all my mobile conversions in 126.96.36.199 from now on. However, something has changed…thought you ought to know.