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New DivX/XviD to VCD guide added

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 26 Nov 2002 12:39 User comments (10)

We released a new guide for converting AVI format videos, such as DivX and XviD, to VCD.
This new guide replaces our old DivX to VCD guide and has various new features added to it. Most notably, the new guide allows converting AVI files that contain Ogg Vorbis or AC3 audio into VCD format. Guide also supports encoding permanent subtitles into VCD video.

Read the guide from here:

http://www.afterdawn.com/articles/archive/divx_to_vcd.cfm

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10 user comments

127.11.2002 6:03

Well i guess if no-one else will, I'll be the first to say Thanks Guys!

227.11.2002 7:33

Thanks Dela, it was relatively painful experience to create a guide that tries to take into account all various audio formats that normal AVI clips can have. But now it's done anyway :-)


Petteri Pyyny (pyyny@twitter)
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327.11.2002 12:30

Oh Jaysus. I just realised how much this guide is gonna help me. I downloaded A NON COPYRIGHTED :-) Movie with ac3 audio. Ha Ha, Pretty good timing there dRD.

41.12.2002 0:37

i have my id password and my licence id and my copy of dvd x copy wont open wy

51.12.2002 3:17

charlie12: Do you want that desperately to get banned? God sakes, try to even consider posting to correct area. You reply to this in this thread, you get banned. You post to any other forum than the correct place and you get banned. Simple as that.


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615.1.2003 11:03

The guide is very good! The only thing: when I tried to follow the VirtualDubMod part, I had to install it first. I couldn't get it to work!!! NO INSTRUCTIONS in the zip file. Maybe someone will try to explain how to install VirtualDubMod on top of VirtualDub!

715.1.2003 11:18

You can't install it on top of it, it is a separate application. Simply unzip the package and it should contain two more packages (in aD's distribution version), unzip both packages -- the bigger one into a dir called "VirtualDubMod" or similiar and in smaller one, read the instructions.


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816.1.2003 3:36

Thanks, It was no obvious for me, but IT WORKS!

97.3.2003 4:06
borofc
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have tmpgenc 2.58 but having problems converting xvid to vcd,have the codecs the only thing i can,t find is in envirmental settings' DVD2AVI project file reader 1.76+' can anyone help

107.3.2003 4:17

borofc: Not in here, go to our forums.


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