« on: February 14, 2009, 07:57:21 pm »
Here's a hint... making the movie larger only increases the size of the movie. Using the default res would most likely cut the size at least half of what you have....The movie was dumped at 256x224. Also, I was wrong, it's 69 seconds, not 57 seconds.QuoteAlso, the XVID option isn't that bad either.Filesizes:
H.264 lossless: 62,334,662 bytes
Xvid lossless: 40,333,622 bytes...
I guarantee that was not the filesize when I dumped that 3 times initially.QuoteUnless you're some graphics vampire or something, it's not going to be significant a difference and may cut sizes further.I am anything but a graphics whore.
Also note, though I did not mention it in the initial post, I did try to edit the movie after Zsnes dumped it. However, every program (VirtualDub, VirtualDubMod) I used did not like the audio stream.
I usually encode in DivX at the highest setting (7800 kbps) these days when I'm done with editing and the filesize doesn't really matter; it looks almost the same as lossless.
Btw. with movies of SNES, Genesis, Gameboy etc. you can also blend 2 frames into one, using AviSynth (AssumeFPS(60); AssumeFieldBased; Weave; VerticalReduceBy2).