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avi2divx and mpeg2divx

avi2divx and mpeg2divx are able to convert AVI and MPEG videos to AVIs with DivX video and MP3 audio.

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  •  21 May 2002 16:26

    Release Notes: Building should be a lot easier, and the -A and -V options in mpeg2divx might even work.

    •  16 Dec 2001 11:14

      Release Notes: A nasty memory leak has been plugged. New options (--startframe and --skipvideo) were added. Preliminary OpenDivx support was added.

      •  06 Jan 2001 15:11

        Release Notes: This release doesn't actually have anything new other than that it now builds against avifile 0.53.1.

        •  29 Oct 2000 19:54

          Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.

          Recent comments

          24 Feb 2002 14:48 seeker

          Great.
          We have been needed this program for longtime for linux community. But this really needs mode hacking! bitrate settings doesn't work!..

          02 Dec 2000 08:15 jeffcovey

          Re: new version
          Next time, please use the "announce" link to announce a new release.

          Thanks,
          Jeff

          02 Dec 2000 04:47 thomaswickline

          new version
          .6 came out 11/28/2000

          29 Oct 2000 19:39 hack3rgirl

          Compilation - Inital Release
          Linux 2.2.17, latest avifile version, latest libmpeg3 (even though it was in the tarball) gcc 2.95.2 -
          Failed make. Binaries failed.
          Functionality not able to be tested. Concept seems good. I'm glad to see someone is working on this project.
          Only, could you give a bit more information on your system Uil so that we can see what *exactly* is needed to get this things running. Otherwise, I can't wait until the information is released with the patches.

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