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Xvid Bitrate Calculator

Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by anilthomas26, Apr 30, 2006.

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  1. anilthomas26

    anilthomas26 New Member

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    Hi,
    I am trying to convert DVD to XviD using the guide "Copy your DVD to XviD with AC3 surround sound"

    http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/copy_dvd_to_xvid.cfm


    .In one of the step i need to calculate the citrate..so i downloaded the XviD bitrate calculator ..but it gives me some error message
    .So i downloaded the "msstdfmt.dll" and copied it to windows\system directory and also installed "VBRun60sp5.exe".Then also i am getting the same error message
    "Class not registered.You need the following file to be installed on your machine."msstdfmt.dll"


    The movie length is(as seen in smart ripper): 1 hr 40 min 26 sec
    The size of the movie is:1024 MB
    The size of the AC3 file is 322 MB

    Please give me the video bitrate(calculate using XviD bitrate calculator)


    Thnx in advance
     
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    parthbarot New Member

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    bitrate cal is included in xvid itself i think...
    and u can get many of them from www.doom9.org but u just cant get bitrate for ur need from any calc..
    u need to test diff bitrates on a small part (say 5 or 10 MB) of ur movie...
    mostly..select bitrate around 700 to 1000 in xvid if ur muvie is VCD/DAT/MPG (means non-DVD quality...) and mp3 96 kbps...

    and if u have DVD files, then u can lower the bitrates of xvid...but u need to test it for quality on small parts...then comapring that u can judged it...and in future u can easily do the stuff...
    so try to test for small part first...and if u like then only do for full muvie...ok?

    for tutorials on xvid,VDUB,VDUBMod goto www.doom9.org
    all the codecs and tools are explained.
     
  3. 47shailesh

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    use KLM-codec it comes it has a decent bitrate calculator. by default it dose'nt install u had to select it while installing kLM codec pack. ENJOY
     
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