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Old 2 Aug 2005, 06:55 AM   #1
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Default Autogordian Knot please help

Hi i use Auto gordian knot for ripping my dvds it works great but i would really like to save it to Mpeg, i can only save to AVI

anyway i can do that without lost of quality.

I have tried ways to change it to mpeg but the comp crashes. I herard tempegc is good but it don't work on my com.

Anyone know any way i can convert from autogordian from
AVI to Mpeg?


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"I herard tempegc is good but it don't work on my com."

it is, whats the problem?
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dvd2svcd might be a good alternative; giving you the speed and quality of an encoder like cce it should be worth a look

another first-class encoder is hank315's hc_enc which is total freeware and will provide you with superb quality as well
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can u please give me a link to this software download.



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dvd2svcd might be a good alternative; giving you the speed and quality of an encoder like cce it should be worth a look

another first-class encoder is hank315's hc_enc which is total freeware and will provide you with superb quality as well
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http://dvd2svcd.shellhost.dk/

try google searching....it's pretty easy. since i'm just smoking a cigar, i did it for you....
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http://www.dvd2dvd.org/

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