Re: DivX software suggestions?
- From: "Bill's News" <billsnews@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 14:34:23 -0800
<nmorson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Dec 16, 7:49 pm, "Jim" <jimmy AT hotmail.com> wrote:
<nmor...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Oh dear - sorry but TMPGenc does little more than
SimpleDivX or the
DivX bundle that I have - in other words there are no user
configurable options for quality other than setting the
target size. I
have a copy of AutoGK but again this does not allow me to
DivX codec for quality or speed.
I sent something similar a few hours ago.. not sure if it
will show up
In short, all the Divx settings are available.
You have to dig into the settings menu of the source.
Anything you need to change is there.
Thanks - now to stump up some cash!
Some other thoughts:
Although I've not tried this, I see no reason why it wouldn't
Using VideoReDo (or perhaps some other programs) you can combine
unencrypted VOBs into a single MPG file. VRD will also demux as
Using ATI's Avivo video conversion program, you can (with
limited, but adequate control over quality) do a one pass
conversion from MPEG2 to xvid-like MPEG4 in speeding-bulletlike
time (on the order of 9 minutes per hour of play time). Perhaps
even faster than I've observed, since you'll be leaving out the
Finally, AVI-Mux GUI can mux in the AC3 file pulled as MP2 from
the original. AVI-MG can also adjust for synch issues, but there
should be none after running through VRD.
A little fiddly, but fairly quick - after the learning curve.