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  1. Just downloaded VirtualDub2 onto my new laptop. Now would like to find a zip file, if there's one out there, containing all the latest external encoders that can be used with it. I'd rather just download a package if I can that contains them all, because I'm fed up Googling each one individually and not being able to find them all together on the one site.
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    Originally Posted by Bruce Banner View Post
    Just downloaded VirtualDub2 onto my new laptop. Now would like to find a zip file, if there's one out there, containing all the latest external encoders that can be used with it. I'd rather just download a package if I can that contains them all, because I'm fed up Googling each one individually and not being able to find them all together on the one site.
    There's a bunch built-in, Video/Compression

    What encoders are you talking about ?
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  3. Originally Posted by davexnet View Post
    Originally Posted by Bruce Banner View Post
    Just downloaded VirtualDub2 onto my new laptop. Now would like to find a zip file, if there's one out there, containing all the latest external encoders that can be used with it. I'd rather just download a package if I can that contains them all, because I'm fed up Googling each one individually and not being able to find them all together on the one site.
    There's a bunch built-in, Video/Compression

    What encoders are you talking about ?
    Thanks a lot for letting me know! I had no idea all those things like ffmpeg and x265 and all that were already built in. I thought ya had to download them all and then link to them externally.
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  4. But wait. Which video encoder should I use so I can create an mp4 that can play in a browser? All the ones I've tried so far, the audio has played fine but with no video.
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  5. Tried VP9, and that worked, but how does its quality compare with x264? Is it better, as good, not as good?
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