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Old 3 Apr 2003, 03:22 AM   #1
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Default MPEG-2 to DivX


For a long while now, I've been meaning to convert my SVCD to Divx, I dont find too much difference in the files quality wise apart from the actual size. But, after looking around at various sites, it seems that this isnt a common thing to do.

I would just like to know whether it is possible, and if it is, can anyone give me a little tutorial on the software I need and what I need to do? I've heard mentions of Bitrate Calcs' which is the point I got confused at when trying to use them

Anyway, thanks for the help!
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Old 3 Apr 2003, 06:44 AM   #2
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it is not common actually but the procedure is very similar to transcoding vob files to divx:

- load those mpeg2 files into dvd2avi andf create a project file

- load this d2v profject file into tools like gordianknot or DVX

- make your codec/bitrate selections and start the conversion

you could stick to any gordianknot or dvx guide or load the d2v file into viortualdub manually and make the desired settings.
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