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08-12-2010, 10:13 PM
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I have a video that needs to be encoded or re-encoded, whichever is the correct term, and it worked, I found a copy the first divxtodvd as freeware, it worked fine and easy, did I loose quality with it compared to version 4 which I have seen recommended and is about $40-$50?
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08-13-2010, 05:05 PM
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I would suggest that ConvertXToDVD is much better that the earlier versions of the software from whence it came. Version 3 of ConvertXToDVD is what I use, and it's excellent. I'm using it this very minute to quickly process some H.264 16:9 video to a widescreen DVD (with no menu). And the quality is stellar on it. No complaints. It's almost the same caliber as MainConcept Reference is! (That's a heck of a compliment!)

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There should be a trial version available, too. So give that a spin first.
Version 4 introduced two-pass encoding.

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