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Old 9th September 2012, 21:11   #1  |  Link
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.AVI encoder that encode fast and resulted file is small size and good quality

Hello
Please I am using VidCoder to encode my .MPEG-2 and my .TS files to .MP4 with H.264 using VidCoder which encode very fast and resulted file is small size with amazing quality.
Please does there is any a like encoding client to convert to .AVI ?
I mean an encoder client that all me to encode multiple files, and encoding fast and small size and good quality.
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Gentle reminder please.
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Gentle reminder please.
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When H.264 in MP4 works well for you why would you bother with AVI at all? It cannot deliver neither better quality nor smaller filesize, stop fussing about it, please.
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It cannot deliver neither better quality nor smaller filesize
Someone wants me to do .avi or .wmv copies and this is why I am asking.
I am totally agree to only use .mp4 h.264 but this is what I am asked to do.
So please help me.
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Old 10th September 2012, 23:27   #7  |  Link
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Try ffmpeg, see if something like this would work:

ffmpeg.exe -i film.aac -i film.mp4 -acodec copy -vcodec copy film.avi

Though I doubt it would work straight like this, avi as a container is pretty old and the data in the video stream needs to be arranged in a certain way (and there are some small "hacks" used by video for windows codecs to manage this) for players to be able to read and play the content.

If the people asking for avi or wmv are dumb enough, just consider renaming the file extension. If they want avi for compatibility with dvd players that also play AVI videos or some portable devices, then those devices are probably only going to handle xvid or mpeg 2 anyway, you'd still need to recompress the content.

WMV is slightly more modern but as far as I know it only takes Microsoft's codecs when it comes to video, so you can't put h264 or mpeg2 without re-compressing everything.
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