S/W To Capture Vidcaps

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    krazydude New Member

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    Is there a good S/W to capture vidcaps for .avi, mpg, vob, dat, wmv.

    I used to use VCD Cutter 4.03 but it crashes all the time and does not do well for DiVX movies.

    Also PowerDVD has the same prob tat u cannot get vidcaps for DivX movies and I got quite a few of them
     
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    Virtual bud is a cool one ;).
    Try this tut to convert a .dat to .divx :D or to get familiarize ur self with Virtual Dub.
    http://www.cooljeba.com/divx.htm

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    hey jeba back to the same old avataar ? the new one was cool .
     
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    SnagIt is an excellent Vidcap software, it can do it all, and its very stable

    Get it at:

    www.techsmith.com/
     
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    I'll agree with Jeba. VirtualDub, as a video capturing tool, leads the pack. It's quite flexible when it comes to handling capture cards or TV tuners. If you want to go truly psycho geek, then try DScaler as it has the most elaborate configuration options and supports almost any TV card out there.

    However, in you case you just want to 'cut' (and not actually capture) video from a big movie file. If it's MPEG, DAT, etc you can alsy use MyFlix as it will directly cut and save the video. VirtualDub is better suited to handling AVI files. No comments on VOB since I don't have a DVD drive.
     
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    ok grandpaa i am changing back my avatar ;)

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    Hey Thanks cooljeba and DeXter for ur help.

    Will give SnatchIt a go, already downloaded it deXter.

    Thanks for the tutorial cooljeba, it does come in handy
     
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    anytime m8 ;)

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