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SPeedY_B

I may actually be insane.
#2
Best would be to encode it to DivX, XviD, OGM or something else. I wouldn't know which is fastest, I would imagine that either one would take quite some time considering the size of the original file.
 

luish

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#3
Originally posted by SPeedY_B
Best would be to encode it to DivX, XviD, OGM or something else. I wouldn't know which is fastest, I would imagine that either one would take quite some time considering the size of the original file.
But how do i encode it ?
 
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mokuni

Guest
#7
1.) use virtual dub found at www.virtualdub.com duh!
2.)open video
3.) select codec for video pref DIVX or Xvid
4.) go to audio check full processing mode
5.) select desired codec pref mp3
6.) save as avi

now the thing is whether u want to do it 1 pass or 2. why am i explaining this...best go to

http://www.doom9.org/

or type in avi conversion in yahoo or somethin or rather...hope that helps
 
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Xylene

Guest
#10
Its probably AVI in raw format, uncompressed, and its probably an edited video of some sort. Use Virtual Dub and encode. Keep the resolution settings the same, and if you want it to be DVD-like quality, us like 4500kbps video.
 

SPeedY_B

I may actually be insane.
#11
Actually, we could also do with knowing what you want to do with the video once compressed? If you're wanting to play it in a hardware DVD player, obviously DivX isn't going to work.

So what do you actually intend to do with the video?
 

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