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    When I Convert Xvid Movies To VCD Compliant files using TMPGenc the end result is still excellent quality but they tend to stutter.
    Anyone hav this problem or now how to sort it out.
    Ne help would aprreciated thanks

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  3. Movies & TV   -   #2
    Hm.... have you tried Encoding at High Quality?

  4. Movies & TV   -   #3
    with Xvid files ya may find that the normal TMPGEnc settings do a poor job encoding these high quality files. The solution simple

    1) Open TMPGEnc and press Cancel if Wizard pops up
    2) Go to Option->Environmental Setting...->VFAPI plug-in
    3) Adjust the plug-in priorities (this is done by right clicking on
    the plug-in and choosing Higher priority as many times as
    necessary) to match the following:

    DirectShow Multimedia File Reader.......3
    AVI2(OpenDML) File Reader................1
    AVI VFW compatibility Reader.............0
    CyberLink MPEG-2 Decoder.................0
    Microsoft MPEG-1 Decoder.................0
    Wave File Reader..............................0
    BMP/PPM/TGA/JPG File Reader...........-2
    DVD2AVI Project File Reader 1.76+.....-2*
    TMPGEnc Project File Reader 2.58......-2*

    4) Press OK
    5) Now you can load your XviD AVI into TMPGEnc just like any other
    AVI and encode as you wish

  5. Movies & TV   -   #4
    whats xvid compared to divx?

  6. Movies & TV   -   #5
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    Originally posted by the_jaguar@16 March 2003 - 14:16
    with Xvid files  ya may find that the normal TMPGEnc settings do a poor job encoding these high quality files. The solution simple

    1) Open TMPGEnc and press Cancel if Wizard pops up
    2) Go to Option->Environmental Setting...->VFAPI plug-in
    3) Adjust the plug-in priorities (this is done by right clicking on
    the plug-in and choosing Higher priority as many times as
    necessary) to match the following:

    DirectShow Multimedia File Reader.......3
    AVI2(OpenDML) File Reader................1
    AVI VFW compatibility Reader.............0
    CyberLink MPEG-2 Decoder.................0
    Microsoft MPEG-1 Decoder.................0
    Wave File Reader..............................0
    BMP/PPM/TGA/JPG File Reader...........-2
    DVD2AVI Project File Reader 1.76+.....-2*
    TMPGEnc Project File Reader 2.58......-2*

    4) Press OK
    5) Now you can load your XviD AVI into TMPGEnc just like any other
    AVI and encode as you wish
    Followed these directions but when I press start to encode I get a message saying "read error occurred at address 00402F40 of module 'TMPGEnc.exe' with 20656850." and encoding will not begin

  7. Movies & TV   -   #6
    Yea i get a lot of errors like that all the time...

    I just keep trying until it works :S

  8. Movies & TV   -   #7
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    the recent xvid are a pain in the ass with tmpeg !!
    just convert it to divx,then use the divx with tmpeg and u should'nt have any problem!!

  9. Movies & TV   -   #8
    Do i convert it to divx with that virtual dub program??

    How do i do it?

    Do i have to convert the audio inside it as well as the video??

    Then do i use full processing mode or direct strem copy?

    thx

  10. Movies & TV   -   #9
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    Yeah but use vdub-mp3-freeze!!
    set audio on direct copy,but in the audio menu selst conversion and choose
    sample rate 44000hz

    video full process,then compression and chose ur divx highest version

    U will then have 1 file duplicate the xvid except divx and fully comnpatible with tmpeg

  11. Movies & TV   -   #10
    Perhaps the developers didn't want the Xvid quality to be converted to crappy VCD

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