A side note . . .
I usually use XviD (backward for DivX). XviD is generally 100% compatible with DivX and is open source/free . . . . They both develop in parallel, so sometimes XviD is better, other times DivX is better. And, for me, it is easier to configure XviD than it was to configure DivX, unless I use Dr. DivX . . .
You can also download Dr. DivX (I think). DivX was selling it several years ago, but is now a free open source project. And it can do a lot of encoding for you without you having to figure out how to configure DivX.
Fri, 14 Dec 2007 21:52:27 +0000
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