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    Wich produces better quality?

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    Xvid.

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    xvid

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    No competition, it's XviD. (lol xvid spelled backwards is divx )

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpt_azad
    No competition, it's XviD. (lol xvid spelled backwards is divx )
    Yes, the name XviD is DivX read backwards, but basically it's just a cool name ;-) Nonetheless the reversed name may also reflect the will to mark the ethical differences between DivX and XviD:

    DivX is proprietary software, with an opaque development cycle that follows only a commercial logic. XviD is Free Software (licensed under the GNU GPL), open to third-party contributions and aims for standard's compliance, portability and interoperability, high processing speed and superior quality.

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    Do we just have to burn our xvid's as normal data file onto cd-r for a standalone dvd player (that can read xvid ofcourse) to be able to read?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaydeecaine
    Do we just have to burn our xvid's as normal data file onto cd-r for a standalone dvd player (that can read xvid ofcourse) to be able to read?

    yes that works for me
    Open your mind

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    What's the best software to make Xvids & DivX?

    I'm thinking of using Gordian Knot...

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    it's okay (gordian knot)

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