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05-31-2021, 10:00 AM
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Is there a filter guide to help me decide which filter would help with which problem? I don't think I have the vocabulary to even know whether my uncompressed AVI (from VHS) has a serious problem or not. I would love to be able to see a table with before and after images to show what each filter is able to do. That would really help!
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Hi! Thanks for the program, I'm testing it... How do I "install" or use the plugins ? Thanks
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I was able to create 2:1 compressed AVI files using the huffy multithread codec but now VLC is telling me it can't decode a hymt encoded file. So far I have been only able to play it in the Virtual Dub app I used to create it. I am using Windows XP 32 bit with a TBC-1000 Time Base corrector and was converting some old family videos that were shot with a VHS-C Camcorder. Any ideas on how to convert these files or should I redo with the standard huffy codec?
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09-23-2021, 12:51 AM
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VLC uses its own built-in codecs, whereas other players like PotPlayer or MPC-HC use system codecs. It's up to you whether you want to convert so that VLC can play them back, or use a different player.

To convert, first make sure the codec you want to convert to is installed. That could be standard Huffyuv, Lagarith, Ut Video, MagicYUV, etc. (I don't know whether VLC supports decoding all of these without plugins; you'd have to check.) Then load the video in VirtualDub and choose Video -> Fast Recompress, Video -> Compression, choose codec and settings, Save as AVI.

If you have a lot of videos to convert, you probably want to look into batch conversion instead.
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