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DIKO v2.47

Freeware
Win2k / WinXP
DIKO is a one click DVD/DivX to KDVD/KSVCD conversion tool. It works with many other softwares to achieve the best quality and efficiency possible.

DIKO stands for DivX / DVD in, K DVD /K SVCD out. DIKO is an automation tool: it command many other software to get the best result in this conversion. DIKO allows you to get up to two hous in 1 K SVCD or 10 hours in 1 K DVD with good quality, depending on the content. DIKO is freeware, and everything it needs is also freeware and bundled in the install package.

Features:
Video Encoding via One Pass VBR Size prediction fully integrated, using CinemaCraft Encoder 2.66 or 2.67, ou using 1 or 2 Pass VBR throught FreeEnc (bundled in DIKO installation package).
Does automatically all bitrate calculation needed.
Convert audio to 48000 Hz automatically if needed.
Do automatically framerate conversions from 23.976 to 25 fps and 25 fps to 23.976, including audio and subtitles. This feature also works with 5.1 audio.
Automatic DVD authoring with user-created menu via linux ported DVDAuthor or leave video audio and subs ready to be imported to other authoring packages.
Automatic DVD image creating via MKISOFS and burning in a DVD+R / DVD-R / DVD+RW / DVD-RW blank disc via DVDDecrypter if dvdauthor authoring is selected.
Creates switchable subtitles from commom srt and sub files.
Join subtitles for originally 2-CD DivX / XVid movies on the fly.
Stops if Q Factor is too low (over 40), avoiding bad quality encodes.
Automatically checks and fixes AC3 errors via AC3FIX
Enables pulldown flag via Pulldown.exe automatically.
It can fully work in background.
Do AC3 audio encoding via SoftEncode or MP2 audio encoding via BeSweet
Full avisynth script support, comes with latest Dialhot Script V4 for DivX.
Takes care of the annoying Softencode dying bug.
DVD support via D2V projects and Full DVD support with DVD Decrypter ripping in DIKO Gold.
Crash Recovery

Keywords:
diko divx svcd dvd ksvcd kdvd one click

License type Freeware1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 21 Mar 2009
Downloads 55,974
File size 22.61 MB (3min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Win2k / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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rick5446
Inactive
DIKO v2.43

Can U PAL to NTSC with DIKO

DIKO v2.33

What's the point in compressing a movie to a cd, when dvd's are cheaper

Tech74
Inactive
D.I.K.O. v0.78 beta 1

This has got to be the ultimate DVD/AVI to KSVCD/KDVD software! You can use either and AVI source, or use a raw DVD Rip. Like it says, everything you need to create standard complient MPEG-II streams comes with it, including DVD Decrypter, to rip DVDs to your hard drive, and DVD2AVI, which you can use to quickly and easily create the D2V files DIKO uses to process the DVD rip and create the MPEG-II video. Once the D2V files are created in the same directory as the ripped DVD, just select them in DIKO and go! On my 1.1 Ghz Athlon, Encoding a full length movie takes about 4 hours. The one thing that makes DIKO so great though, is that it compresses most full length movies (depending on the movies length) into the space of one SVCD (around 700 MB), requiring only 1 CD per movie, while still keeping high quality audio and video! In the case that a movie is extra long, you can change the media count to 2, and it automatically splits the MPEG-II video into 2 seperate files for you, moviename.mpeg.cut.1 and moviename.mpeg.cut.2. Just rename the files and you are ready to burn.
I used to use DVDx to make SVCD's, but now I use DIKO and nothing else. It is excellent, easy to use software that produces compact, high quality video streams that can be burned as a SVCD and played on most modern DVD players. GET THIS SOFTWARE!