How do I get the most out of Xvid4PSP?

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  1. *Soul~Of~iTouch*

    *Soul~Of~iTouch* New Member

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    Hey guys,

    Well, the title pretty much says it all, I've recently downloaded Xvid4PSP and used it to convert a couple of movies. Its pretty sweet as the converted video's quality is awesome and it does not have the audio and video desynchronization problem. However, there are a lot of terms in there that I do not understand which brings us back to my original question. Which options should I select to get the best quality? I convert mainly AVI files.

    Yes, I know, there's Google and believe me, Xvid4PSP isn't that famous on Google......yet.

    -Soul
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    Again, the title says it all...
  2. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    For the most part, its at the best settings already. Just raise the Resolution by going to Video > Resolution/Aspect I think it was. And you can also raise the Bitrate to give more quality.

    Though I suggest only doing those to like, Movies since TV episodes are disposable since they're small.
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    thanks for the tip. a decrease in resolution will allow me to put more episodes on this bad boy!
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    if u ever get annoyed of xvid, get psp video 9, its freakin sweet.
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    isnt that basically videora?
    ads inside software = boo
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    I switched to SUPER. its slower (its only using one core in my dual core for encoding) but its better than xvid4psp. xvid4psp wasn't syncing the audio correctly.
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    Strange. Works for every single encode that I've done.

    Though I've had 2 or 3 problems with movies that are split into 2 Parts.

    What file type are you encoding? What Codec pack do you have installed?

    Is it a Movie? Or a TV Show?
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    I'm encoding 20 min tv shows. I have no idea of why they're out of sync but it got to be really annoying so I switched. I have CCCP installed.
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    My problem is that the converted video almost always has some sort of error when QuickTime tries to open it. VLC streams it just fine so I don't know why Apple won't improve on their product. Maybe Steve Jobs is too prideful to admit that an open-sourced software is better than the one made by his own developers...

    SUPER isn't too bad but I don't know which options to select and ends up screwing up the whole thing.

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