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Joining to xvids together?

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by freedom7, May 6, 2007.

  1. freedom7

    freedom7 Member

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    Hi newbie at all this, what it is I have d/l an xvid which is 2 discs and I want them to convert and go one dvdr , I have winavi and convertx2dvd and i cant get either to work, winavi lets me select 1 file but not the second file and i dont see where the merge button is anyway, convertx2dvd converted and burned but unplayable, what am i doing wrong??
     
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    attar Senior member

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    Did you set Convertx 'Video Standard' and 'TV Screen'?
    Standard is 'NTSC' for North America and '4:3' for regular tv screen.
     
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    Thanks thats done the trick
     
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    touran22 Regular member

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    when merging to files togethor... will u loose quality?
     
  6. mistycat

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    2 files will require less bitrate when encoding to fit on a regular 4.7 DVD and bitrate = quality but the quality loss around 2 hours of video should be neglible. I have put up to 4 hours of episodes on a regular DVD with excellent results but the original files have to be almost perfect quality, you can't improve them.
     
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    celtic_d Regular member

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    Joining two files together doesn't effect the quality at all. Converting to DVD video on the other hand will.
     
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    damn.... i have spiderman 3 which has 2 parts.. CD1 and CD2 so by merging and then converting to VOB it will loose quality...?
     
  9. mistycat

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    Just a hint, that's probably not a very high quality download to begin with (maybe a Cam or TS?) and the picture you see on your pc will be better than that you see on your TV due to the smaller screen, etc. I'd watch it on my computer anyway.
     
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    @touran22
    Please keep the discussion away from pirated movies. AD is not here for piracy.
     

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