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Re: [MPlayer-users] Re: whats the best codec to use for backing up dvds?
On Fri, 07 Dec 2001 22:55:39 +0100
Sven Hartge <hartge@xxxxxxxxxxxx> spilled his guts and blurted:
> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html &
> http://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-2.96.html if you still have questions or problems]
> tripsy <powerofclean@xxxxxxxx> schrieb:
> > im just wondering whats the best codec to use, to back up dvds so as
> > to be able to play them back both on win and linux?
> I'd vote for OpenDivX or DivX4. (XivD looks nice too, but I don't have
> any experience with this codec and its cross-platform compatibility,
> stability or quality, so I can't say anything deeper about it.)
> > i did the two pass thing and it worked great, but wouldnt play on
> > windows only lin
> The file produced in the second pass is in no different format than the
> file from the first pass, the only difference is, that the encoder uses
> the statistical information from the first pass to enhance its quality,
> so files produced with two passes should be playable on every platform,
> as long as there is a codec present.
> So, if you encoded to DivX4, you need to install the DivX4-Codec on you
> windows platform as well, or it won't work.
right, i had the project mayo codec on my WMP, that divx4, i believe,
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