ConvertXtoDVD and DVDShink are not doing the same job !
DVDShrink takes a video frame and compresses it.
ConvertXtoDVD takes a video stream and modifies it, changes it from 25fps and makes it 29.97fps using Pulldown, can take a 16:9 format and converts it to 4:3.
No idea how this is done (Technical Stuff) but I assume it's the reason why the time is not the same.
mine is a Pentium 4 3.2Ghz 1Gb Ram XP Home.
I seem to running anything from 5fps to about 20fps max.
That is strange, I have a P4 @3.2 Ghz with 1.5gb ram.
I sometimes hit up to 50fps (Depends on the input file type).
Take a 725mb .AVI file (120 mins) and converts it in about 45 minutes to 1 hour. (Takes about 50% of the movie play time).
I love ConvertXtoDVD and nothing else will replace it.
Yes I know there are lots of CCE Encoder fans in here which they use with The Film Machine, but my personal choice stops on VSO ConvertXtoDVD !