Doubt with conversion of DVD to XviD???

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  1. go4saket

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    Hello guys!

    I just converted a movie from DVD format to XVID with Auto Gordian Knot using its basic settings. The resolution of the original video was 720*480 which the converted video has a resolution of 592*256. Again, the original video was of 29.97 FPS which the converted one is of 23.97 FPS. Why this difference? How come the resolution and framerate went down when I didnt do any such setting? Will a lower framerate and resolution effect the video viewing in a normal television?

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    Select the input file in AutoGK and then press Ctrl+F9 to show hidden options. You can now specify the frame rate you want to encode at. As for the resolution, just let AutoGK choose the resolution to get best results.
    As far as compatibility with a TV is concerned, choose "Enable standalone support" from the hidden options menu. Choose "MTK/Sigma" as the chipset. The file you create will be compatible with a set-top DivX player.
     
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