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    I'd like to get an all-purpose media converter having similar capbilities to "OSS Media Converter Pro 4.0"
    Powerful all-in-one Audio & Video, Converter (two-way among CD, MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, AVI (Windows Video), WMV (Windows Media Video), RM (Real Media) FLIC, etc.), Video Conversion, Decompiling. Conversions include: CD to WAV/MP3/WMA/OGG, WAV to MP3, MP3 to WAV, WAV/MP3 to WMA, WMA to WAV/MP3, WAV/MP3 to OGG, OGG to WAV/MP3, WAV/MP3 to CD, WAV/MP3 Compression and two-way conversions among MPEG-1, MPEG-2, AVI, WMV, Real Media & more
    I tried it and it didn't work out as I'm running xp pro:
    PC Hamster 16-Sep-2003 01:23:00 AM
    "Does NOT Work With Debugger Enabled"
    If you have WinXP or any version of WinNT, it won't work UNLESS WinAce/SoftIce Service IS SHUT DOWN. Problem is FINDING IT. Someone wake me when there's a REAL converter out there THAT WORKS which will convert WMV to AVI or MPEG. In the meantime, I'll continue searching...... :-( 
    (When it comes to specifically converting avi & mpeg, I have and would use TMPGEnc & VDub, but have never found or been given a straight [step-by-step] answer on how to do it)

    Just looking for some suggestions based on your experience.

    Cheers.

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    Try here > Multimedia

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    http://www.dvdrhelp.com/guides?tools=1&mad...+or+List+Guides

    thats the list from dvdrhelp this looks like the easyest
    http://www.dvdrhelp.com/divxtovcd.htm
    tmpgenc or what most call it tmpeg is the best overall encoder.
    some say the cce encoder gives better results, i think its just because it cost 2K to buy.
    try both and see what you like with cce you reall need a front end gui, avisynth seem's to be the best
    http://www.aviscript.de/howto/HowToDVD.htm

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    Thanks for the replies -- I'll do some homework.


    Edit: Is that a Tintin reference under your nickname, BOT? Those are brilliant. Haddock, Calculus, snowy & the gang...brings back the memories. (Anf if it isn't, I'm just talking out of my ass here, aren't I?)

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    Originally posted by Roosh@26 September 2003 - 10:02
    Thanks for the replies -- I'll do some homework.


    Edit: Is that a Tintin reference under your nickname, BOT? Those are brilliant. Haddock, Calculus, snowy & the gang...brings back the memories. (Anf if it isn't, I'm just talking out of my ass here, aren't I?)
    Anytime

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