.rmvb converter

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    maharajadhiraj New Member

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    Hey guyz I can't get any software that will convert .rmvb files to .avi or .mpeg format :( :( PLS help!!!!!!!
     
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    Nope, it isn't working :( :( grinning_devil. Anyways, thanx for the suggestion.
     
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    although don't get a single software for it, i know a method to convert rmvb to avi
    for it u need to have virtualdub mod, avisynth.
    i don't remember the whole procedure, gotta search for the saved page in my old pc.
    i will reply u later.
     
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    Hey boss, that is EXACTLY what I need. PLEASE look for as fast as you can. Thnx in advance....
     
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    here it is

    first: make a notepad file in the same folder in which u have the file to be converted. (be sure to name the notepad file as the same as the file to be converted, i.e if u want to convert the file called "CD1.rmvb" rename the notepad file to "CD1.avs", .avs is the extention of the file.)
    second: now open the "CD1.avs" file in notepad and write

    here it is assumed that the file to be converted is placed in "D" drive, under "movies" folder.

    now install avisynth v2.56 and virtualdub mod 1.5.10.2 ( i don't know about other versions but i used them) & realalternative 1.4.7

    now just open the virtualdub mod open the file "CD1.avs"
    go to videos\compressions, and select the compression codec ( i used Divx)
    goto streams\stream list, right click on the "source", select full compression mode, then again right click on it, now select "compression..", and choose which ever audio compression u want ( i choose "mpeg layer-3", now choose the bitrate, and say ok.
    if u want more mp3 bitrate options (such as 192Kbps, 44000Hz, stereo or even more download LAME mp3 converter)

    so after u set all the parameters, just go in "file" tab, and click on "save as", specify the location, give file name, OK.

    thats all, tell me, if u want any more help. ;)
     
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    Thanx a lot pal. I haven't tried it yet, but shall do so shortly. Reply to you after I try it out. THANX anyways for your troubles. :) :)
     
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    is this avi file in VCD format
    coz i want to convert rmvb to avi and then burn to CD as a video CD which can be played in CD players
     
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    mr. chota
    if u want to convert rmvb to vcd, u can convert rmvb to avi by the method i told u, and then convert the avi to dat file, by any other software.
     
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