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New Version Of DivxToDVD 1.99.14

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 08 Sep 2005 4:32 User comments (4)

New Version Of DivxToDVD 1.99.14 VSO Software released today a new version of DivxToDVD, v.1.99.14, with some bug fixes and additions to the software. Version 2.0 is still not out yet, but rumors have it that it is not far around the corner (thus menus coming soon!).
DivxToDVD 1.99.14 changelog:

  • Fixes:
  • add chapter insertion that could lead to wrong tree structure
  • Wrong format in time display in time controls
  • Wrong resizing of VCD/SVCD sources
  • Support of some audio AAC format that use to freeze the engine during conversion

  • Added:
  • Relative placement of subtitles (Bottom of STT in percentage of the total height)
  • Support for alternative code pages to load the srt files. this allow full support of cyrillic, hebrew, chinese, japanese,... etc
  • Setting to prevent automatic ejection of media at burn completion

The few users who ran into black borders on conversions should no longer see them anymore.

Download the new version from: http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_encoders/vso_divxtodvd.cfm

Check out our guide for the software at: http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/vso_divxtodvd_2_guide.cfm

Source:
VSO Software


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4 user comments

18.9.2005 13:52

Quote:
The few users who ran into black borders on conversions should no longer see them anymore. * Wrong resizing of VCD/SVCD sources
hi all I still seem to get a box round the picture???

28.9.2005 17:21

you should contact vso to post your video to have it fixed.

38.9.2005 22:23

hi that maybe defeats the object slightly, i managed to do the film with mainconcept and also TMPGEnc does it too.

411.9.2005 21:37

does it do this to other vids??. if not then maybe its the video..

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