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I am suddenly finding it takes longer to encode files to dvd video files with DVD flick.
It use to be 4 hours to encode now it about 6 hours or up to 9 hours. Using video file of
similar size like avi files, time duration and quality.

I delete a lot of large video files after I done with them.

Is this a fragmentation problem ?

Should I defrag my hard drive ?

Will that help in making the files encode faster ?

I close off all other programs that are usually running, but still slow.

Any other hints what I could to improve my encode speed ?

Sometimes it just stays at 4 percent and doesn't progress any further in progress bar
when using DVD Flick. Could it be a bad file sometimes ?

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Run disc clean up,and defrag your hdd clear out your temp files and recycle bin run superantispyware and malware bytes plus your anti virus just to be sure all is well,are you getting dvd flick to burn to disc or create a iso or both
 

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Yes burn to disk, but save the video files so can make more copies.

Once I created the video files, no problem in use Nero Burn Rom making DVD video from files in video_ts folder. It is just creating them that is taking longer and longer time to
finish.

Thanks.

Run disc clean up,and defrag your hdd clear out your temp files and recycle bin run superantispyware and malware bytes plus your anti virus just to be sure all is well,are you getting dvd flick to burn to disc or create a iso or both
 
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