I have multiple videos that I want to resize and encode but can anyone tell me how to do things like that?
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File/Queue batch operation then File/Job control.
> Run Video Analysis Wizard
> Save As
> Save as Old Format AVI
> Save as Segmented AVI
> Save Image sequence
> Save WAV
> Export RAW Audio
> Export RAW Video
> Export using External Encoder
> Batch Wizard
Last edited by Guernsey; 6th Dec 2018 at 15:14.
Once something has been queued, you can use the F4 key to open Job Control
Okay I think I figured it out now. Thanks.
The basic idea is that most settings including filters are also applied to jobs queued through Job Control->Batch Wizard or Job Control->Process Directory.
So you have to setup the Resize filter the way you want and then queue a bunch of files.
How do you make sure that you apply the same settings on your current video to your batched videos?
I don't understand the question. The settings that are used are those that were in place when the job was queued.
I sometimes make the mistake of not setting up the batch to the settings that I want and I get a huge file sizes videos as opposed to the one I established before.
I think I keep making the same mistake on not applying the settings to the video being queued. It seems like very time I go for Job Control for the queued videos, it also goes for the uncompressed as opposed to the codec and resize settings I established. I think I might be missing something, can anyone hlp me with this? I think I am missing something.
So the problem is you're a klutz who always forgets to set the compression settings? If you always use the same settings you can save them to a script and make your VirtualDub shortcut load them. Then you can't forget anymore.
1. start VirtualDub
2. set compression/filters as wanted
3. "File"->"Save processing settings" to "whatever.vdscript" (e.g. in "C:\scripts\").
4. Change/create VirtualDub shortcut to "C:\programmes\VirtualDub\VirtualDub.exe" /s "C:\scripts\whatever.vdscript"
(File and folder names are examples. Adjust as needed/wanted.)
It is true and yet very sad. I keep forgetting to apply the settings to my batched videos and so it goes to uncompressed by default.