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Virtual Dub

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by sockie, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. sockie

    sockie Member

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    For some reason when I append a two part movie that is in avi format and save it to an avi file it explodes to a 20gb file does anyone know why or what I can do to fit this on a dvd disc the files only register 700mb each any help is appreciated thanks.
     
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    please do a search for "divx compression."
     
  3. methos333

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    open file with virtual dub and go to video and make sure full compression is checked
    then check on compression
    then click on divx 5.1.1. codec
    then configure
    then in the box kbps you should reduce that number by like half of what it is
    then click ok
    then click on audio
    then full processing mode
    then audio again
    then compression
    then click on first or second mpeg layer 3 and look for 96 kb 48000 12k/sec something like that
    click on that and then options and uncheck the display input and output video
    file and start dubbing
     

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