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Linux equivilent

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by hongman, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. hongman

    hongman Member

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    Hi all

    Well, since my migration over to Debian, I am now left with one program left to find the equivilent of...VSO.

    I used to use VSO divx2DVD. I need a program as similar as this as possible, highlighting VSO's features: ease of use, good support, etc.

    Is there such a program? Purely to convert divx/xvid and mpeg's to DVD format.

    Thanks all

    Hong
     
  2. celtic_d

    celtic_d Regular member

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    Well since as far as I can tell DivX2DVD is basically a GUI for libavcodec/libavformat that side of it shouldn't be an issue, however the whole automated simple interface with DVD authoring might.

    Still you can use libavcodec/format via ffmpeg or mencoder for encoding.
     
  3. hongman

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    I have downloaded mencoder, but I'll be damned if I can figure out how to use it!!

    Do you know of any good guide, for mencoder or ffmpeg? I know google will brings loads, thats why i am asking if you know of a decent one :p

    Thanks

     
  4. Daemon404

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    Have you tried using vso divxtodvd with WINE (WINE IS NOT AN EMULATOR).
     

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