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Thread: Best Encoding For Movie Files

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    Hi,lately I have been having problems since I d/l the 2.20 codec pack.I was wondering,if I reencoded the file would it make a difference?And,if so, what proggy to use?Besides divx freeware.

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    If you want to burn it to DVDs or VCDs, then I suggest the MPEG formats since they can be used with vcds and dvds. A good converter to convert files to mpeg format is : Mainconcept MPEG Encoder. Its faster than TMPGENC. (Just my opinion.)


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  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    muchspl2
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    don't waste your time unless you want to play it on your stand alone dvd player and your tv

    http://www.videolan.org will play anything without any codec's as it has its own codec's to render movies

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    i u have the space, use the huffyuv codec, it's lossless. meaning you can convert to/from it without losing anything(nearly anything) unlike regular(lossy) codecs, which throw away some of the video data when it compresses the file.

    huffyuv, tink about it.


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