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VSO DivxToDVD v0.4.0 Released on Jan 16th, 2005

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by cougar_ii, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. cougar_ii

    cougar_ii Regular member

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    Hello everyone,

    v0.4.0 finally supports more than 1 file to be converted.

    http://www.vso-software.fr/

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    VSO DivxToDVD changes history

    Version 0.4
    - add multiple files input. ( select file by file by order of display to the output )
    - implement skin option for later use.
    - works under Linux with Wine support.

    Version 0.3
    - improve support for mpeg4, nerodigital, aac, H264, H263, mov
    - more detailed log

    Version 0.2.0.13
    - fix some aspect ratio problem.
    - update some languages
    - Do not support nero digital files yet.

    Version 0.1.3.13
    - Add new translations
    - Fix a problem with cancel button and CopyToDVD
    - Add command lines options for better integration to CopyToDVD

    Version 0.1.2.12
    -Fixed conversion crash if source file was > 2 Gigs
    -Fixed NTSC frame rate to 29.97 Fps instead of 30 Fps
    -Added a combo to select the output video standard (automatic, force PAL or force NTSC)

    Version 0.1.1.1 introduces translation and force aspect ratio

    Version 0.1 first version
     
  2. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    Yea that doesn't work ... at least for me. Pretty cool though, and it's free.
     
  3. cougar_ii

    cougar_ii Regular member

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    Hi there,

    It actually does, I'm just not happy with the interface.

    Open one file, and then a 2nd one.

    Let it convert, it will do all files in the order you have opened them.

    Worked for me on 2 small test files (*.mpg)

     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    ahhh ok ... I tried to open all three at once.
     
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    Hey,

    I think VSO right now are concentrating on their engine. Of course the preview version is still free.

    I assume when v1.0.0 (Pay for it version) comes out, they will have a nicer interface.

    The VSO PhotoDVD has a nice easy interface.

    Add a file, or add a folder.
    Bang, you see the list of files.

    I hope and they might have a new file importer like that. Like you said, right now it's not easy to see what it did, and I guess if you load 1 file in the wrong order, you will need to start over your selection.

    It's ok if you have 2 large *.avi file, but if I try load those small .MPG my digital camera does, I can probably load hundreds of those :)
     

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