Dvdflick to convert when I want to include subtitles.
It has worked fine until recently.
I am converting an Mp4 file ( 800mb) and it has now taken 17 hours and counting.
Any ideas as to why?
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Also, there's another video converter to add: (Digiarty) WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe. Just like Xilisoft, it supports a TON of formats. But also, it has the ability to "sync" any video or audio out of place by selecting "Sync Audio/Video" at the bottom of the window after selecting your format. Great tool! Now I wish it supported 3D! Forgot to mention, WinX is $10 cheaper than Xilisoft!
Would anyone know of video conversion software that is able to maintain the original frame rate?
I need to convert from AVI with CRAM codec to AVI with MJPEG codec. And I need to maintain my odd frame rates (i.e. 11.785 fps).
SUPER does what I need, except that I can’t input frame rates with decimals. If I use 11 or 12 fps, frames are deleted/added, which distorts further use of the files.
Description of my original files:
Format : AVI
Format/Info : Audio Video Interleave
File size : 53.2 MiB
Duration : 20s 195ms
Overall bit rate : 22.1 Mbps
ID : 0
Format : MS Video
Codec ID : CRAM
Codec ID/Info : Microsoft Video 1
Duration : 20s 195ms
Bit rate : 22.1 Mbps
Width : 800 pixels
Height : 600 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Frame rate : 11.785 fps
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 3.902
Stream size : 53.1 MiB (100%)
bro i am using this version, i.e. 3.11
i am not aware of version 3.71
So if the version 3.71 is in the market , then go for it ,
Obviously it is good to get the latest version
and bro i think i am here to get knowledge and help from you guys , and help you guys what ever i know.
Thats the reason why this forum has been created.
I am not here to get in to any argument
A note for future reference: Total Video Converter has a checkbox for maintaining original frame rate. However, with this box checked, TVC will round off the frame rate: My 15.355 fps was rounded to 15 fps. Unchecking the box and inputting 15.355 as custom frame rate, I was able to maintain the exact original frame rate.
I have some .MP4 files that my DVP-5990 will not play from the USB drive.
Apparently they use codecs that are not supported by the player (it only supports Dixv/Xvid & MP3).
Please recommend a program that will batch convert those files while keeping all the parameters (like frame rate, etc.) unchanged?
Heres some tricks:
I recommand you to use as video compression codec Xvid, in its settings don't check the option "Global Motion Compensation" who is supported by very few dvd-players, use H.263 as quantatization type and encode the audio into MPEG Layer-3 (MP3) 128 kbps, that's the best deal to keep good sound quality, if you need more help, I'll be glad to help you further by mail.
Is there anything that has an avidemux like interface and functionality. But it should work more often than not, which is not the case with avidemux.
I only wanted to do simple tasks like cutting a portion of the movie and remuxing or converting to h264. But it tends to fail at anything I want to do. Producing broken files, showing frames erroneusly or just plain crashing.
I use Staxrip and think it's a really good program.......when you first figure out how to do the settings
Mostly I use it for divx (with AC3 sound) and mp4 (with AAC sound).
And you can choose whether to use softcoded or hardcoded subtitles.
You can adjust the height and width to what you want it to be. Not to mention that you also can adjust the quality of the sound (in bitrates).
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I have used Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate to convert between video file formats, but only a few times so far. Not enough info yet for me to add a review to the Tools section. If I had to rush one now, I'd probably have to say the results are rather variable, depending on a conversion from what to what, and the PQ of the source. In some cases the result was acceptable, in others there was a clear quality degradation. And "seekability" (FF or Rew, at least as played from the WD Live) may be affected.When in Las Vegas, don't miss the Pinball Hall of Fame Museum http://www.pinballmuseum.org/ -- over 150 tables from 6+ decades of this gradually disappearing American art form.
I just received notice of a reply by rakicko, but came here and there is nothing. What happened?
Hi, please if anyone knows well how to compress a video in a minimum loss of original quality or else so you don't notice the loss of quality, please contact me by pm, it's important.
it would be very generous of you.
I want to convert gfp video file to MP4 . I tried all popular video convertors but all are not supporting gfp file extension . Help me please
MKV: Merely Krappy Video.
Subbers, a request from an avid viewer: Either don't use mkv, or supply avi or mp4 as an alternative.
For those frustrated with converting MKV: http://www.immortalmusic.net/mkv/
MP4 and DVD Video are container formats. Lagarith is a content format. You cannot convert content to container... at least not without knowing the content format(s) they may contain.
Lagarith is an OpenSource codec, so it should be quite probable that ffmpeg supports it, and also native AviSynth decoder plugins like FFMS2 and L-SMASH Works; but you may as well install their VfW codec and use AviSource in AviSynth.
Then you can use encoders which can use AviSynth scripts as input to create the content formats supported inside the MP4 container (e.g. MPEG-4 AVC ~ H.264, using x264) and the DVD Video media structure (MPEG-2, using e.g. HC encoder). 24.0 fps may not be directly supported on DVD Video, but 23.976 fps can be encoded to soft-telecine flagged NTSC-Film content with 720x480 pixels, with an aspect ratio flagged as either 4:3 or 16:9 DAR, to be DVD compatible.
Almost the same remark to your signature. MKV is only a container, not a video compression algorithm. If you don't like the quality of the contained videos you received from anywhere, blame the people who converted the content, but not those who developed the container. In contrast, the AVI container was specified before B frames were even widely usual; this is a container format to abandon already.
I believe that "Hybrid" by Selur should be mentioned here too, as a mainly ffmpeg based converter, but with several additional features, like separate encoders and possible AviSynth/VapourSynth support.