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Divx video editing

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by madmax43, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. madmax43

    madmax43 Guest

    I am searching for a good program to edit divx/xvid files yet
    still maintain the original video and audio codecs. I'm hoping
    for one not super complicated ie one with a timline and the ability
    to cut out accurately unwanted portions. Any suggestions would
    be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. Ripper

    Ripper Active member

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    What you want is VirtualDubMOD - just search the site for that program. Also, do not confuse it with VirtualDub; you want VirtualDubMOD, which is better. :)
     
  3. celtic_d

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    Well if they are avi's then technically VirtualDub has an edge since the latest builds have a smart render feature where it can cut at non keyframes and only re-encode the required parts. With VirtualDubMod you can cut on keyframes only, which isn't exactly accurate. Still VDubMod can handle more containers (mkv (support is out of date) and ogm) as well as being able to handle VBR audio.

    AVIDemux can also cut on non keyframes, uses fixed quant to re-encode the required sections. Not sure what VDub does.
     
  4. madmax43

    madmax43 Guest

    Appreciate the info, I had VirtualDubMod recommended at another
    forum as well, Iwas a little afraid it was a rather complicated
    program though. I am also looking for a program similar to Apollos
    #1 dvd ripper, but with the capability of maintaining the ac3
    soundtrack when ripping to Divx. Once again, thanks.
     

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