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Old 25 Nov 2007, 05:17 AM   #1
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I am trying to resize an AVI with xvid codec. The specs on the original AVI are

video: 448x256@446kbps xvid
audio: 44100@96kps MP3

I want to convert it to

video: 320x182@336kbps xvid
audio: the same as original

I'm attaching screen captures for the entire setup, including the error.

Would appreciate any help please.

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Error in virtualdub-resize-setup.jpg   Error in virtualdub-framerate.jpg   Error in virtualdub-select-xvid-codec.jpg   Error in virtualdub-xvid-config.jpg   Error in virtualdub-xvid-config-pass-setup.jpg  


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Old 25 Nov 2007, 05:18 AM   #2
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and the error message
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Old 26 Nov 2007, 02:30 PM   #3
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I want to convert it to

video: 320x182
But your screenshot shows the resize filter at 320 x 183. Change the 183 to 182 and it should be fine.
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I tried it again but at another size, 368x288. It started encoding but a few minutes into it, it stops with an error.
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Please post a screenshot of the error.Attachments seem to be taking forever to be approved.
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Same type of dialog as error above except this time it says

VideoSourceAVI[ICDecompress] error: unspecified error (-100)
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I found out what the error means


<DT>"VideoSourceAVI error: unspecified error (-100)" <DD>This error actually means exactly what it says -- unspecified -- but the usual cause of the error is a corrupted frame in your AVI file that the decompression codec rejected. Such errors are particularly apt to happen with MPEG-4 V3 (DivX) files, since those files tend to be transferred across multiple machines, each of which can introduce errors. There is no fix for the problem except to reobtain a clean copy

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