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Thread: Xvid Configuration

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    What is the best configuration when encoding in XviD? I am recording MTV Icon tonight and I have 4.5GB left. I would like a decent quality, but relatively low file size.

    Cheers

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    I'm sure someone knows how to!

    I haven't got long, only 1 hour and 54 minutes till it's on! (8:00pm)

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    m8 i'm not exactly sure what u want to do ?
    if u could b more clearer ..

    xvid codec setup

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    If I leave it at the default settings, My T.V program says that I can only record 15 minutes. I'm not sure how to set up the encoder, but I want to record more, but with the same file size.

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    M8 what whats the name of the progs ur usin?

    mab someone usin the same could help u setup

  6. Movies & TV   -   #6
    I'm using ATI Multimedia Center. I usually record in MPEG, but I haven't got enough space, so I chose AVI, and used the codec XviD. At default settings, it says it can record 15 minutes, which is much less then MPEG! I asking for the best settings for the codec.

    Cheers

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    m8 don't have ati myself cos ur in a rush i did a quick search
    don't no if it'il help...

    www.medicus.dk/PDF-filer/mmcguide.pdf+ATI+Multimedia+Center+record+avi&hl=en&ie=UTF-8#23]tri..hope u sort in time[/url]

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    I don't think your computer is fast enough to encode to XviD in realtime.

  9. Movies & TV   -   #9
    Couldn't find a way to do it by the time it started. In the end I just put loads of things onto a CD and recorded into MPEG.

    Cheers for the help though

  10. Movies & TV   -   #10
    Paul
    I don't think your computer is fast enough to encode to XviD in realtime. 
    I was wondering this when I was looking at the options explained. good job I didn't try it!

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