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Topic # 7201 28-Mar-2006 12:19
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I know this probably got disscused but i cant seem to find anything releated to what im going to ask if i am blind kindly guide me in the right direction.


OK I have been using blaze media pro software i tried quite a few settings still unsucsseful trying to get a full 700meg 800meg AVI, MPG ect movie to compress to a nicely small and rather  no video viewing loss file. So i want some people to share their settings and what software they are using. If it helps most of what i am trying to compress and covert are xvid, divx ect I am hoping you will tell me setting for diffrent types if their are any.

Thanks For Any Help Given....

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  Reply # 31651 28-Mar-2006 12:52
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I use Xillisoft media coverter to covert them

And to play it I use TCPMP (old "Betaplayer"),, note there is an older one floating about, AAC decoding was removed from the more recent one meaning Quicktime and some DivX does not work fully.



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