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New AutoMKV guides for MPEG-4 AVC video encoding

Written by Rich Fiscus (Google+) @ 21 Apr 2008 10:16 User comments (1)

New AutoMKV guides for  MPEG-4 AVC video encoding Over the last month I've been working on a number of MPEG-4 AVC related guides. Devices from mobile phones to Blu-ray players, and numerous others in between the two extremes, are designed with AVC video in mind.
One of the most popular AVC conversion tools available is AutoMKV. In addition to its price (free), the high level of automation which allows even novices to produce high quality AVC video, makes it worth considering if you don't want to spend a lot time figuring out how it all works.

If you'd like to convert your movies from DVD to AVC with AutoMKV you should take a look at our new guide on Encoding From DVD to AVC with AutoMKV.

If your source video is MPEG-2 video from either analog or DTV capures you should read our instructions on how to Convert MPEG-2 Captures to AVC with AutoMKV.

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125.4.2008 0:43

I read the guide but is not of much use to me since the current version of VLC is capable of handling this container format.

What I would appreciate is someone pointing me to some software that will convert the container format from MP4 to avi since my standalone dvd player does mot support the mp4 container format.

It does however support mp4 compression within the avi container.

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