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Old 24 Jan 2002, 08:37 AM   #1
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Default little question on all that record TVcards with DivX using VDub

ahem do u all have 100 GB drives??
i have 40 GB and dont have that much space to record 2 hours (35 GB or so??), so why u always use virtual dub along with divx when there are progs out there that make same job much better (just for recording via tv cards guys)
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Old 24 Jan 2002, 10:50 PM   #2
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Most of the guys at Divx>Conversion/Encoding forum don't record Via TV Cards but from DVD's
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Old 24 Jan 2002, 11:13 PM   #3
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I do capturing myself from TV, I don't do DVD-rips.

Listen, with DIVX:

if u are capturing directly to DIVX 3.11alpha then the quality is not great. However, if u use DIVX 3.11alpha fast motion 6000bitrate then the quality is reasonable.

A 2 hour video/film in DIVX will be about 2GB or 2.5GB, it shouldn't be more than this thus u r safe with the file size restrictions.

I always capture using no recompression which gives HIGH quality because there is no compression involved. to capture a 2 hour vid in no recompression mode:

use AVI_IO and select the video and audio settings,

this program will capture your video over several avi files because this avoids the file size restrictions. U then load VirtualDub and opne these files and append them as one file and save as DIVX file.

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