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XViD Program

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by s3HaTeD, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. s3HaTeD

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    How Do I Compress To XViD?
     
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    use AutoGK
     
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    ok i got it but dont knowhow to use it

    i want to compresss avi to xvid
     
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    xvid is avi
     
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    yea i know when i record with my capcard it comes out avi uncompress and want to compress it to xvid
     
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    try loading to virtualdubmod then save as xvid, not to sure really?

    in video tab drop down box you see fast compress and normal compress, tick one
     
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    Download VirtualDubMOD and run it.

    Go to file > open video file...

    Find your uncompressed avi and load it. File > Save as

    At the bottom select Normal Recompress and then where it says compression click change and change it to MPEG-4 Xvid.

    That should work, I think ;-)
     
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    AutoGK guide from Afterdawn:

    http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/dvd_to_avi_autogk.cfm

    Be sure to check out the guide section on this site, they have many great guides that have helped me out countless times.

    edit: Just realized you are starting out with an uncompressed avi and not a DVD, if you want to still use AutoGK, this guide should still be applicable.
     
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