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Old 8th January 2013, 17:52   #1  |  Link
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how to reach good quality and low size on disk for videos

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im using virtual Dub to crop and convert my videos
i use xvid or divx codec to converting my videos to avi
i seen some videos in *.mp4 or *.mkv or *.avi formats that have very good quality and low size on disk

for example one of this clips has 6 minutes time and 60 MB in size and is 720p resolution and very good quality...
is there any way to convert my videos like this one?

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Old 8th January 2013, 17:58   #2  |  Link
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Old 8th January 2013, 18:03   #3  |  Link
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For VirtualDub you could use x264vfw, the vfw version of x264.

And you should change the wording of the topic quickly, using the evil word twice.
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hamedham,

your topic violates rule #12 two times. So please click the "Edit" button and rephrase your question to something more meaningful!
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ok
thanks
i used x264 but there are many options for virtual dub
are anybody tested an option in video compression menu that gets low size on disk and has good quality?
i see many options that such as rate control, format restrictions
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I don't quite get what options you mean but for x264 just stick with the preset/tuning system.

Set the tuning to your input (-animation for anime and cartoons, -film for pretty much anything else) and the preset according to the time you want to spend on the encoding.

If you have to achieve a specific size use a bitrate mode or else set the crf to a value to get the quality you desire.
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