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Old 9 May 2007, 02:34 AM   #1
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Found this.Can do what Flick does AND can also make menus.Anyone tried it yet?
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Nice find paglamon...while I don't normally do menus, I wouldn't mind giving the rest of the program a shot.
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Same here. BTW,which encoder does Flick use? FFMPEG? Which is better,CCE or FFMPEG?

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CCE is supposed to be the "best", but what I saw was beta support for the trial only??

The only product I have found to touch dvd flick has been convertx(newest
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Can't beat flick for free....IMHO
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Same here. BTW,which encoder does Flick use? FFMPEG? Which is better,CCE or FFMPEG?
It uses FFmpeg, which makes it more reliable than alternatives that use Directshow/VFW, though at the same time, limiting it to the one encoder which is not up to other offerings like HCEnc.

Something similar, for Linux.
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