[theora] B&W

Patrick Byrne pbyrne at frontier.co.uk
Mon Jan 21 09:29:34 PST 2008

> Hm, I didn't see it go to the list at all. I only saw it come directly to
> me.

I didn't send it to you! Original message source:

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I am taking timings of my movie playback, and seem to be seeing that the
portion of a test movie where I have slow pure pans is taking much (~5x)
longer than 3d scenes. Should I be surprised by this kind of behaviour?


Patrick Byrne

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