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Old 28 Jul 2011, 07:14 AM   #1
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Unhappy-2 Divx media subtitler increases output file size

I would be very grateful if someone would tell me what is wrong.
I have used this prog for quite some time now and never encountered problems before until a week ago when I tried embedding subtitles onto a 700MB file all seemed to be working fine until notification said, "not enough space."
When I looked at the half completed file it was 140GB?! I looked at setting it was on Use original file, checked everything including the obvious, it was ONE Pass. So I re installed the prog hoping this would fix it, but it didn't.
Any one who has encountered this or has expertise please help!

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Old 1 Sep 2011, 09:57 AM   #2
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It's strange that my post had 70+ views and yet no one can actually offer any assistance?
I've tried, today, to DL an older version of DIVXland media subtitler, but still get the increased output file size! Strange, even when starting from scratch that this happens again!
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Old 1 Sep 2011, 01:10 PM   #3
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What output video format did you select, and did you configure the selected codec?
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Old 1 Sep 2011, 10:45 PM   #4
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AVI (xVid)
I have tweaked everything and even selected single pass, as this wasn't the first time it happened, but all to no avail.
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Old 2 Sep 2011, 12:11 AM   #5
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Try reinstalling Xvid, see if it helps
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Done that too! Even, as I said, tried installing earlier versions, still same result,
large output file.
I am getting annoyed at not being able to fix this so called glitch, emailed the chap who wrote this prog, nothing heard yet.
Such a simple prog to use and then BANG gremlins take over!
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Trying to go through the process of elimination, try re-encoding a video in VirtualDub with the Xvid codec and see if the same problem happens (open video in VDub, from the "Video" menu, select "Compression", select and configure the Xvid codec just like what you did within DMS, and then choose "File -> Save AVI" and save as a new AVI file) - watch the video and see if it's the same large file size problem.

DMS relies on VirtualDub to do the encoding, so if there is a problem, it could be due to VirtualDub as well, so we want to eliminate this as a potential source of the problem.

Also, are you in XP, Vista or 7? If in Vista or 7, you might want to run DMS as Administrator, or failing that, run in XP compatible mode, and see what happens.
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I have tweaked everything and even selected single pass, as this wasn't the first time it happened, but all to no avail.
Can you please post screenshots of the XviD configuration window ?
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