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  1. Member
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    How do you change the Video Resolution in this program for AVI Xvid ?
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  2. What version are you using 5x or 6x ?, I believe in version 6 you:




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    The one I have is 5.10. Where do you find Version 6 ?
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  4. Homepage - http://winnydows.com/#Downloads?XviD4PSP%206 (Must have silverlight installed)

    Under the tools section - http://www.videohelp.com/tools/XviD4PSP

    Daily builds are updated more frequently and v6 has less filters but is getting and will be better.
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    Okay will try
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    How do I set Target File Size ?
    Last edited by Simmons; 29th Mar 2011 at 17:25.
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    5.10 let me pick Target File Size but I could not find any Video Resolution settings. Seems like a step down
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    In version 5 you will find the resolution options in the video menu. I can't remember exactly where. I have given up on Xvid4PSP. Version 5.x started getting pretty flakey, then version 6 came out missing lots of the most useful features from version 5. In the meantime, XmediaRecode came along and pushed them both off my harddrive.
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