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Old 28th July 2010, 03:34   #25  |  Link
nakTT
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Originally Posted by The Scientist View Post
avi.NET v3.1.0.0

WEBSITE HERE

System Requirements:
  • A 32 bit (x86) version of Microsoft Windows XP SP2+, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.
  • Microsoft .NET Framework v2.0+ to be installed on your PC (windows update).
CHANGE LOG: (latest version) - v3.1.0.0

Although I never keep track of every change/fix/update when I should, these are some of the ones I have noted:
  • Added direct '*.TS" support as an input file (kind of experimental).
  • Added closed caption support (will read in closed caption files created by index.NET).
  • Added some further options via right-click on preview namely: 'Force 4:3 input to 16:9','Force 16:9 input to 4:3', and three audio volume options (setting remembered between loads): MAX, LOW, MUTE.
  • Updated 'index.NET' which like before it with avi.NET, it has been completely re-written.
  • In doing the above, new code in index.NET has given rise to new code in avi.NET.
  • Altered feedback information and text of display window and tooltips to a more understandable and neater format.
  • Tweaked the subtitle and audio routines.
  • Fixed a couple of spelling mistakes.
  • Altered various 'check' and 'feedback' dialog routines.
  • Changed over to Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 RC.
  • Various other little code clean-ups and changes.
Can I use this to convert ".rmvb" video into H.264 or H.263? Thank you in advance.

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