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    Hello
    I need your help
    How to use video path information from GSpot do decode video and audio?
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    Use mediainfo,it supports more files and gspot is no longer being updated.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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  3. You piece together directshow components in a program like GraphEdit or GraphStudio.
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    Thank you johns0 and jagabo.
    Jagabo it`s ok and this work. with that soluction I know and decode the video. But supose I have one video (mp4)
    That video (video1) has a good quality (mp4)
    Now I want encode one dvd to mp4 with the same quality. Probably I have to use the same coded but in that case to encode.
    It`s possible encode one video with the codec that you want?
    Thank you
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  5. You'd be much better off using some video editing, filtering, and/or conversion software to perform that type of task. Ie, use software designed to do exactly what you're looking for, not a developer's tool like GraphEdit. Check out Handbrake, for example.
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    Thanks jagabo. I`am going to try.
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    The "Video path" in the rather outdated GSpot shows about the same result as the "Render media file" feature of GraphEdit/GraphStudio: They report which DirectShow filters a generic media player would be able to use to play the video.

    But high quality video converters do not rely on DirectShow filters, they will usually prefer their own decoders instead.
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