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Old 29 Feb 2004, 07:37 PM   #1
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Default Installing divx 5.11 and divx 3.11

From what I have read, if you have one divx codec installed and then install another one, the latest one you install will automatically over-write the first one. If this is correct, is there a way to have 2 divx codecs installed on the same computer? I was wanting to have divx 3.11 installed for encoding/re-encoding movies but I also wanted the latest version installed so I can watch the movies that need that codec.

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better stick to one only you may choose the one that you decide to encode with.
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Old 2 Mar 2004, 07:34 PM   #3
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my 5.11, over-writed my old 5.0.
divx codec 4 is not over-writen, it's still on my pc.

can anybody tell me what bitrate calculator to use for 5.11 codec, or codec is not important...
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I found musclesoft's dvtool the best its very acurate.
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thanks decryptit!
I'll test it.
what codec are you using?
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you dont need to have divx3 installed

install divx5, xvid and ffdshow and you're done

concerning bitrate calcs: decent tools like gk or DVX have an internal bitrate calc that works like a charm - no need for external apps
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You might find this page useful for DivX bitrate calculations Bitrate Calcs
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Old 25 Mar 2004, 01:15 AM   #8
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Sometimes using an addational or better seperate calculator may
be more of help.
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maybe

havent needed any for years
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Old 25 Mar 2004, 07:00 AM   #10
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You may not need.Fine but if ppl don't use gk or dvx then they might need a seperate one.
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