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Poll: Favorite DVD to DivX or XviD tool

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  1. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    I'd say Italy...
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    autogk - easy/fast to use
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    if this pool is about dvd to divx/xvid tools why is there an "i dont do divx/xvid" option?

    My opinion is that if the question is about dvd/divx/xvid only viable options should be presented.

    I have 2 favourite tools both in 1st place. Avi.net for excelent GUI,simplicity and video output quality, I use StaxRip when i want more configurations
    I love it when a plan comes together!
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    Originally Posted by ricardouk
    if this pool is about dvd to divx/xvid tools why is there an "i dont do divx/xvid" option?
    cause I don't do divx or xvid.......and I want an option for everyone on the front page...
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    I'd say Italy...
    -I'm not sure, but I'll go for France!
    Thanks for that topic, Baldrick BTW, where's poll number 2?
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    AutoGK for mine.

    Originally Posted by Baldrick
    I'd say Italy...


    Originally Posted by ricardouk
    if this pool is about dvd to divx/xvid tools why is there an "i dont do divx/xvid" option?

    My opinion is that if the question is about dvd/divx/xvid only viable options should be presented.
    here here

    A good way to keep the nay-sayers out. Those that don't do dvd to divx/xvid can't vote - OMG !

    Not like people will start spasming on the floor if they can't vote in the front page poll

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    Thanks for that topic, Baldrick BTW, where's poll number 2?
    One is in Polls - https://forum.videohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=303974
    and the othe is in Off Topic - https://forum.videohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=302373
    If in doubt, Google it.
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    Thanks a lot Eddie.. LOL
    Baldrick has already PMed me :P
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    Originally Posted by jimmalenko
    Not like people will start spasming on the floor if they can't vote in the front page poll
    I'm often spasming on the floor when I can't vote in polls...
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    Originally Posted by Baldrick
    Originally Posted by jimmalenko
    Not like people will start spasming on the floor if they can't vote in the front page poll
    I'm often spasming on the floor when I can't vote in polls...
    Well, whatever doesn't spasm you on the floor, I guess
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  10. Where is the option for TheFilmMachine ?

    I smell a dive!
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    I want to do DivX but alas each time I get fired up about it I run into the same issue over and over - it just simply takes more time and effort than it is worth!

    So my vote is 'I do not do DivX/Xvid!'
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    Usually virtualdubmpeg2 for me

    Though half the time I'll do windows movie maker to wmv so I can get a fixed file size without fooling with a bitrate calculator - I know call me lazy
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    Not like people will start spasming on the floor if they can't vote in the front page poll
    -LOL, Eddie has had this conclusion based on his own life experiences :P LOL LOL LOL

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  15. is that kid doing 69?
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    I prefer VirtualdubMpeg2!
    http://www.absolutevisionvideo.com

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  17. Originally Posted by MJA
    is that kid doing 69?

    Maybe just 6
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    Best way to do it that I've found:

    Run Nero Recode and set it to 2 passes. Take the finished product and convert it with Mp4Cam2AVI. The Nero Recode takes about an hour to an hour and a half for a two hour movie, and Mp4Cam2AVI takes about ten minutes.

    The finished product looks fantastic, and plays in all stand-alone DiVX players as well.
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    Interesting that nearly half the people on here don't use the format used for the Videohelp short film competition.....

    Maybe that's why there weren't too many entries.
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    Anyway, who won it?
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    [EDIT]

    Nevermind ...

    Stated something which could have been interpreted far differently from the original intention
    If in doubt, Google it.
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    Yes, I agree, Eddie! LOL
    You got it jussst right! People are misunderstanding things here and therefore changing numbers such as 69, 9, 11 or whatever...
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