how do you reencode a divx?

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by cam, Dec 21, 2001.

  1. cam

    cam Guest

    i got a copy of "the big lebowski" from a friend but its 812mb on disk. i have an editing program that i can use to cut off the intro/outro bit that is pointless and takes off 5-10 mb, it worked with the shawshank redemption. but big lebowski is too big, excuse the pun. if anyone knows how to actually reencode the file at a lower bitrate id be pleased ;)

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  3. Electronic Punk

    Electronic Punk Administrator Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    Use virtualdub /nandub from http://www.doom9.org
    You can reduce the bit rate until it will fit on one CD

    You could also make sure that the audio part of it is mp3 encoded, 128bit is normally fine.

    All my DIVX fit on one CD (erm 5 of them hahaha)
    I am not a pirate tho and have about 60 DVDs :D