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Dr. Divx Settings....need help....

Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by Alive_Hunter, Feb 15, 2006.

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  1. Alive_Hunter

    Alive_Hunter Member

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    Hi to all,

    I need to convert the .dat (Movie files) to .avi using Dr. Divx.

    So i need some suggestion...i searched through the forum but did not got the req info...

    generally a movie contains 2 cds (.dat)

    i need to compress this to avi so that i can fit to a single cd with a good quality video.

    1. What shold be the setting for Dr Divx.
    2. Which Compressing Codec should i use.
    3. wht should be the birate ....and so on...all the technicall settings...

    Is there anybody using Dr Divx in this forum who can guide me..

    Also i what to convert the movie DVD to a single Avi file of about 700MB

    Please guide me... Thanks..

    Regards,
    Alive Hunter
     
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    Now a buddy of mine is a huge compression nut, so I can't stand up to his level of knowledge, but straight up I can tell you something. Try to use VirtualDUB [http://www.virtualdub.org] instead of Dr. DivX. I agree that the good doctor is a much better option if you're just starting out, but VD offers you levels of tweaking DD can't even dream of. As far as a tutorial goes, this one should work just fine: [http://download.divx.com/guides/QuickStart-EN.pdf] The best part of it is, that VirtualDUB's free and supports a host of community plugins.

    You can find more at the online guides section:
    [http://www.divx.com/divx/create/divxpro/guides/]

    You'll also find the right steps to follow to merge two video files to make a single one.

    Hope this helps.
     
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