[ILUG] mp3/ogg players encoders
colin.nevin at meritsolutions.ie
Thu Oct 24 14:52:06 IST 2002
I've disabled the cdparanoia checks and used hdparm to switch DMA on and
got between 1.0 starting to 3.x finishing a track, still rubbish
compared to windows but an improvement!!
On Thu, 2002-10-24 at 12:25, John White wrote:
> > Is there anything else out there that rips at the same speed
> > as Real or WMedia i.e 3.x to 12.x depending on your hardware ?
> I get 6.4x on an old Dual PIII 400MHz, but it's got ultra wide SCSI
> (Dell Precision Workstation 410). The whole rip / encode (bladeenc)
> process on this system for a full CD takes less than half an hour, I
> don't know exactly as I've never timed it - I usually do it over lunch /
> breakfast. Try bladeenc it's quite a bit faster.
> Though all this reminds me that I was getting some terrible times
> (roughly 0.8x) until I tweaked the grip config . . . I can't remember
> what exactly I changed. It was something really stupid . . . I'll have a
> look and see.
> On Wed, 2002-10-23 at 17:40, Colin Nevin wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Quick question what are the cd/ogg/mp3 player encoder options on Linux,
> > I just fired up grip from the RH7.3 cd and it looks nice but it is soo
> > slowww and what's this it doing creating .wav files first then encoding
> > into ogg?
> > btw I'm getting 1.5 to .wav and 0.7 to .ogg/.mp3 on a Dell PowerEdge
> > 1400SC 384MB PIII 1Ghz with the bog standard dell cd-rom.
> > C.
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