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Xvid asd

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by mdadalt, Aug 24, 2006.

  1. alias84

    alias84 Member

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    Yes, please do post it. The translation engines do a good enough job these days to give the essence of what the info is.
     
  2. pgogo

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    to meatwagon

    good news:
    well, maybe i can help you
    i know Polish very well :)

    bad news:
    my English is weak(?), but i try

    send me on PM or paste here a copy of the original XviD asd guide.
    i try to translate it
     
  3. meatwagon

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    I only have the document in pdf format. I don't see how to post attachments to items in the forum. How could I get this to the forum for review and translation?

     
  4. pgogo

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    You have my e-mail on PM. Send me that pdf :)
     
  5. meatwagon

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    Ok, p_gogo.
    You've been sent the pdf. Please enlighten us all with the asd special sauce recipe.
     
  6. dkruskie

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    meatwagon-I sent you a pm with my email for that pdf too :)
     
  7. alias84

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    Can you please upload that pdf to one of those free file-hosting servers for everyone else?

    Thanks!
     
  8. meatwagon

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    Tell me a good one, I'll post it.
    I'm hoping before too long one of our colleagues will have an English translation.
     
  9. Hisam

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    Hello there!

    Could you please send us the results
    in English please,
    because the description of Xvid ADS settings
    is no longer available at the ADS site.

    They managed an amusing compression,
    and I would like to know how :)

    Happy New Year
     
  10. meatwagon

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    Beyond amusing, their compression rendered high quality 50 min. videos at ~ 125 MB. Allowed building dvd's with 4 episodes and a menu, instead of 1 or 2.
     
  11. Hisam

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    Sorry - ASD
    i have just missed the order,
    but they are really doing well...

    Thanks if you could get their settings!
     
  12. kowalwsky

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    @meatwagon
    could I have that too please? I'm looking for that for long time
    i sent you my email-address per pm. thank you!
     
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  13. meatwagon

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    I have forwarded the polish version of the XviD asd procedure for producing their high quality, high compression AVI files to several of you. I wonder if any of those receiving the file have had any luck in translating.
    Hopefully you will be able to give us a status update.
    Thanks
     
  14. Hisam

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    Meatwagon:
    Hi, I have just sent you a PW
     
  15. Rikoshay

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    Wow. I just got one of these files, and it's pretty amazing how they keep such decent quality at the bitrates they compress at. I got interested in it and started downloading Hellsing, and the first episode has a video bitrate of 326kbps. Even the audio sounded decent at 48kbps for being MP3.

    And by the way, if you're set up to play normal XviD files, then these shouldn't be a problem to play. I'm using Media Player Classic with FFDshow and it works fine.

    There must have been a lot of quality tweaking in order for them to keep it this well maintained at this size. Here's the info from using AVIcodec:

    File : 61 MB (61 MB), duration: 0:22:50, type: AVI, 1 audio stream(s), quality: 36 %

    Video : 53 MB, 326 Kbps, 23.976 fps, 640*480 (4:3), XVID = XVID Mpeg-4, Not checked

    Audio : 7.83 MB, 48 Kbps, 24000 Hz, 2 channels, 0x55 = MPEG Layer-3, Supported
     
  16. DaisyF

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    If you use virtualdub to re-encode one of your 350MB episodes with the settings you described (video 326 Kbps, audio 48 Kbps 24kHz) while using 2-pass xvid, you will get that 'asd'quality. No extra tweaking needed. It's my opinion that there is nothing 'extra' or 'special' about 'asd-xvid'; it's just xvid (or divx)-encoding at low bitrates. If there is something EXTRA, I really would like to know, and would appreciate specific information.

    I archive my series with 24 episodes on one dvd, using those low settings, and the quality is just like the encodes delivered by the guys from the http://www.tvshows.yoyo.pl/index-e.html website. Just try for yourselves : Virtualdub or virtualdubmod, doom9 for a guide and the xvid codec; nothing to it.
     
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    It is H.264, not XviD

    I will try the VDub 2 pass, low settings.
    I think I will get some garbage :)
     
  18. DaisyF

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    Which show do you get h264 ? Dit g-spot tell you this? Strange since all my asd-episodes are xvid.

    :) and it says xvid-asd, not h264-asd :)

    Good luck with your testing, let me know how it works out
     
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    Hi,

    the testing was done.
    I got 110Megs of 44 minutes video,
    and a quiet good quality.

    I used the general AS@L3 Xvid settings
    with 330 kbps.

    That's all.
     

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