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Thread: Compressing Video

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    i was wondering how to compress a .wma type to a .avi or sometin that will save me some space on my hdd. what do i use to compress the .wma to a divx.avi or sometin like that.

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    d/l a converter they are easy to find.


    heres the name of one that converts other types of video into .mpg's
    --- TEMPGEnc Plus 2.5 ---

    but that wont save u space........sorry

  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    ok i just found out that wmv is about 10x less then avi so forget what i wrote up there any body know where i can find a converter that let me convert avi into wmv?

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    look up "avi to wmv" in google and see what u find there i found one but its not free..(Easy Video Converter 3.0)...try d/l'ing it off K-lite.

    here this web site has a good list of converters--
    Converters

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    okay never that one too. i just conver a avi to a wmv which turn out to be 4x the original size so how bout sometin to compress the video file period.

    p.s. thank you sirius 128 for the link.

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    no prblem kazaaliterock

    now when u say compress a video do u mean to compress it in a way so that when its compressed you can still watch it or do u mean compress it
    to store (like a .zip)

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    i mean compress it so i can still watch it.

  8. Movies & TV   -   #8
    I don't suggest compressing an avi. If you wish to use your DVD player, then convert it to a mpg and make a VCD, nero works well.

  9. Movies & TV   -   #9
    i know how to make it to a mpg what i want to know is how to compress the video file so the sze is smaller so i can save some hdd space.

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    Can't unless you want to loose qulity. If it could be done all avi files would be 100k.

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