CDH Media Wizard 11.0  
by CDH Productions
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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/ME/98
File Size: 9.95 MB
License: (All Shareware software)
License Conditions:

Free use for 15 days after which you must register if you continue using it. Registration Fee - $50

System Requirements:

128 MB RAM, 20MB HD, Sound Card, CD-ROM Drive

Date Added: 2005-02-15
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Software Description

Powerhouse all-in-one multimedia software offering conversion, ripping, editing, recording, burning, playback (including full playlist and full screen video support), and much more. Powerful, yet easy to use audio, video (VCD), and data CD/DVD burning are all fully supported. Other advanced features include video capture, video creation/combining/extraction, video editing, batch video processing, media management, audio merge, MusicID audio recognition, lyrics search, audio tag editing, CDDB/CDDB2/FreeDB support, and more. The audio content of video files can be extracted and saved to sound files, and frames can also be extracted to images files in batch mode. Video files can also be created from still frame images and/or other videos.

Supported conversions include: CD to WAV, MP3, WMA, and OGG; MP3/WMA/OGG/WAV/AIF/VOX/MP2/MPC/G.72x/AU/RAW to MP3/WMA/OGG/WAV; WAV/MP3/WMA/OGG to CD burning, WAV/MP3 Compression, and two-way conversions among MPEG-1, MPEG-2, AVI, WMV, Multi-Page TIFF, and FLIC. MPEG options are available for VCD, SVCD, and DVD compliant output. When converting from audio CD, track information can be dynamically downloaded from the CDDB and used to automatically name saved files.

Video editing is available for AVI (uncompressed), AVI (compressed using any available codec), MPEG-1, MPEG-2, WMV, and ASF. Comprehensive video editing operations are provided (delete frame, delete selection, crop, resize, rotate, mirror, flip, trim, text overlay, adjust audio volume, etc.). In addition, an extensive list of over 30 effects and color adjustment operations allow for powerful video enhancement and alternation. WAV, WMA, and MP3 audio files can be inserted into the video or extracted from the video; and BMP, GIF, JPG, PCX, PNG, RAS, PPM, TGA, and TIF are the supported image formats that can be inserted or extracted. Most video processing operations can also be performed in batch mode on a list of video files using the software's Batch Video Processor

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Re: WMV to MPG (VCD)

: OK, so those guys are full of details.

: What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: 2) The default graph is built for you
: 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: 10) Press the play button
: 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: 12) Have fun editing your AVI

Nice.... and simple.
But if I want to create an MPG(VCD)directly,
how should I do that???
My HD is to small for the avi file =/

Regards Jonas

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD)

: : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : 10) Press the play button
: : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: Nice.... and simple.
: But if I want to create an MPG(VCD)directly,
: how should I do that???
: My HD is to small for the avi file =/

: Regards Jonas

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD)

've found out how to compress it whilest converting it to avi (i now use divx-compression)

had the same problem with my hd

contact me per mail if you wanna know cause i'm also trying in the moment...

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD)

: 've found out how to compress it whilest converting it to avi (i now use divx-compression)

: had the same problem with my hd

: contact me per mail if you wanna know cause i'm also trying in the moment...

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD)

Is there a benefit to compressing WMV files. Are they of an uncompressed format for starters. I was under the impression that they are somewhat compressed as it is. What kind of benefit do you get from converting WMV to MPG?

Sorry for the ignorance, I'm just getting into this stuff.

Thanks

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD)

: Is there a benefit to compressing WMV files. Are they of an uncompressed format for starters. I was under the impression that they are somewhat compressed as it is. What kind of benefit do you get from converting WMV to MPG?

: Sorry for the ignorance, I'm just getting into this stuff.

: Thanks

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD)

: : Is there a benefit to compressing WMV files. Are they of an uncompressed format for starters. I was under the impression that they are somewhat compressed as it is. What kind of benefit do you get from converting WMV to MPG?

: : Sorry for the ignorance, I'm just getting into this stuff.

: : Thanks

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD), how to do it without AVI

: : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : 10) Press the play button
: : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: Nice.... and simple.
: But if I want to create an MPG(VCD)directly,
: how should I do that???
: My HD is to small for the avi file =/

: Regards Jonas

If you are lucky u can use the mpeg4 plugin,
this will suck away the entire CPU power for a few hours (like 6) but u will have a really small good quality file.
Just search for mpeg4 codec. And hope that Graphedit supports it (cuz I just use FLASKmpeg or VirtualDub)

Enjoy,
RiPPeR

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD), how to do it without AVI

: If you are lucky u can use the mpeg4 plugin,
: this will suck away the entire CPU power for a few hours (like 6) but u will have a really small good quality file.
: Just search for mpeg4 codec. And hope that Graphedit supports it (cuz I just use FLASKmpeg or VirtualDub)

That'll not work, VCD uses MPEG1 not MPEG4 and has very specifics about datarate, framerates, video size and audio bitrates.

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD), how to do it without AVI

how do you change WMV files to MPEG files so you can make a vcd?

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD), how to do it without AVI

: how do you change WMV files to MPEG files so you can make a vcd?

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD), how to do it without AVI

: how do you change WMV files to MPEG files so you can make a vcd?

Re: WMV to MPG (VCD), how to do it without AVI

: : how do you change WMV files to MPEG files so you can make a vcd?

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

: OK, so those guys are full of details.

: What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: 2) The default graph is built for you
: 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: 10) Press the play button
: 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

: : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : 10) Press the play button
: : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

: : : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : : 10) Press the play button
: : : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

: : : : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : : : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : : : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : : : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : : : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : : : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : : : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : : : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : : : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : : : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : : : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : : : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : : : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : : : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : : : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : : : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : : : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : : : 10) Press the play button
: : : : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : : : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : : : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: avi to dat??

: : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : 10) Press the play button
: : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: avi to dat??

: : : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : : 10) Press the play button
: : : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: avi to dat??

: : : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : : 10) Press the play button
: : : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: avi to dat??

: : : : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : : : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : : : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : : : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : : : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : : : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : : : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : : : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : : : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : : : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : : : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : : : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : : : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : : : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : : : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : : : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : : : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : : : 10) Press the play button
: : : : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : : : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : : : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: avi to dat??

: : : : : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : : : : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : : : : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : : : : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : : : : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : : : : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : : : : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : : : : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : : : : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : : : : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : : : : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : : : : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : : : : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : : : : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : : : : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : : : : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : : : : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : : : : 10) Press the play button
: : : : : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : : : : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : : : : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

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Re: avi to dat??

: : : : : : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : : : : : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : : : : : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : : : : : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : : : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : : : : : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : : : : : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : : : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : : : : : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : : : : : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : : : : : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : : : : : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : : : : : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : : : : : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : : : : : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : : : : : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : : : : : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : : : : : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : : : : : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : : : : : 10) Press the play button
: : : : : : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : : : : : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : : : : : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: avi to dat??

: : : : : : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : : : : : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : : : : : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : : : : : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : : : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : : : : : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : : : : : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : : : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : : : : : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : : : : : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : : : : : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : : : : : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : : : : : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : : : : : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : : : : : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : : : : : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : : : : : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : : : : : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : : : : : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : : : : : 10) Press the play button
: : : : : : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : : : : : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : : : : : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

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Re: avi to dat??

: : : : : : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : : : : : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : : : : : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : : : : : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : : : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : : : : : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : : : : : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : : : : : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : : : : : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : : : : : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : : : : : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : : : : : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : : : : : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : : : : : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : : : : : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : : : : : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : : : : : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : : : : : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : : : : : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : : : : : 10) Press the play button
: : : : : : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : : : : : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : : : : : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

: : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : 10) Press the play button
: : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

: : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : 10) Press the play button
: : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

.cda to .mov and .cda to .asf conversion

: : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : 10) Press the play button
: : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

: : OK, so those guys are full of details.

: : What is "Graph Editor"? It's actually GraphEdit and it comes with the Microsoft DirectX 8 SDK, which you get with MSDN or download from Microsoft's web site.

: : It lets you see and alter the path of software (codecs and drivers) used to read and play or write a multimedia file.

: : When I get GraphEdit, what do I do?

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile menu option to load in a file.
: : 2) Remove the last two "filters" (or software components) from the graph. These default to your sound card driver and your video card driver. We don't want that, we want to convert to a different file format.

: : We'll do AVI, because that's what you'll want if you're using AVI editors to edit the movie.

: : 1) Use the File->RenderFile option and choose your ASF file (can use WMV, etc)
: : 2) The default graph is built for you
: : 3) Delete any filters after (but not including) the Windows Media Audio Decoder filter
: : 4) Delete any filters after (but not including) the ASF ICM Handler filter
: : 4) Insert a new filter (Graph->InsertFilters) called "AVI Mux" from the DirectShow filters section
: : 5) Link the ASF ACM Out to XForm In of Windows Media Audio Decoder
: : 6) Link XForm Out of Windows Media Audio Decoder to Input 1 of AVI Mux
: : 7) Link ASF ICM Out to Input 2 of AVI Mux.
: : 8) Insert a new filter called "File writer" from DirectShow section and choose a file name
: : 9) Link the AVI Out of AVI Mux to the In of your file writer
: : 10) Right-click the AVI Mux filter and choose Properties
: : 11) Choose the Full option of the Interleaving section and click OK (this makes the sound and video match up and is the whole point of the AVI format)
: : 10) Press the play button
: : 11) Wait until the play button is active again - this means the thing is finished (you can right-click on AVI Mux and look at the Current Position and Duration count to see how far in seconds the conversion has progressed during the conversion)
: : 12) Have fun editing your AVI

: : *** Please no requests for help to my email account, thanks ***

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Re: WMV to avi or mov??

: Anyone know how to convert WMV video files to .avi or .mov formats? Thanks. I am trying to put a video on a website, but most people cannot view WMV, they can hear the sound, but not see the video. Thanks

Good Luck. I'd like to convert from wmv to mpg
for the very same reason. I'm looking high and
low and so far there's NOTHING.

NEVER a good sign.

MPG, MPEG which wmv is supposed to be the competitor of has better support on the web.
Larger files maybe, but, more broadly accessible.

NOTE to Microsoft: Who cares if yours is the
latest and greatest technology if only 10% of
the PCs out there can take advantage of it?
I'd rather deal in the format that the other 90%
can take advantage of than satisfy myself that
I have the latest and greatest which very few
others can see. Duh...

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

: : Anyone know how to convert WMV video files to .avi or .mov formats? Thanks. I am trying to put a video on a website, but most people cannot view WMV, they can hear the sound, but not see the video. Thanks

: Good Luck. I'd like to convert from wmv to mpg
: for the very same reason. I'm looking high and
: low and so far there's NOTHING.

: NEVER a good sign.

: MPG, MPEG which wmv is supposed to be the competitor of has better support on the web.
: Larger files maybe, but, more broadly accessible.

: NOTE to Microsoft: Who cares if yours is the
: latest and greatest technology if only 10% of
: the PCs out there can take advantage of it?
: I'd rather deal in the format that the other 90%
: can take advantage of than satisfy myself that
: I have the latest and greatest which very few
: others can see. Duh...

PLEASE HELP! HOW DO I CHANGE A .WMV TO A .MOV?????

HELP!!!!!!!!!!!

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

"NOTE to Microsoft: Who cares if yours is the
latest and greatest technology if only 10% of
the PCs out there can take advantage of it?
I'd rather deal in the format that the other 90%
can take advantage of than satisfy myself that
I have the latest and greatest which very few
others can see. Duh..."

Don't want to start a flame war, but by your logic all of us should have stuck with the orginal frame by frame "Video for Windows" avi format back in the Win3.1 days (you know, the one where a ten second 160x160 video was about 30 megs in size?). When the MPEG group first came out with their compression format, nobody used it. Why? Because it just came out! Today, MPEG has been out for years, and WMV hasn't been out nearly as long, and this is why there's more support for MPEG on the web than for WMV. In addition, any Windows PC 98 and up with an Internet connection supports WMV or is a 30-second download away from supporting it, and this comes out to a lot more PCs than the "10%" you quote.

Not saying that MS isn't up to its old tactics with this format, but proprietary annoyances aside, it's a great format. If you prefer MPEG, use it; nobody's forcing you to use WMV, and Windows Media Player still supports both. If you're going to bash MS for something, bash them for something important, and I'll be happy to join you :-)

PROBLEMS CONVERTING WMV IN TMPEG

I've got a couple of files I'd really like to get out
of that wmv format.

I followed your posted suggestions on a site google
directed me to. I have the audio part ready to go,
it's in the ...wmv.wav form, but the video will not go
into TMPGE. Per your advice, I changed the extension
to asf and when that did not work, ran the repair
function in asftools. In each case I get this from
TMPGE: "file <name>... needs converting from wmv to
mpg <file> can not open or unsupported"

It seems to know that it is a wmv file, even with the
different extension.

I don't know if you have any more ideas, but if you
do, I'd be glad them try them.

Thanks,
Art

**************
WHAT VERSIONS OF WMV AND TMPEG ARE YOU USING? I AM USING TMPEG BETA 12 AND WMV8(WHICH i BELIEVE IS THE HIGHEST VERSION OUT RIGHT NOW) AND HAVE NO PROBLEM OPENING UP WMV USING ANYTHING BELOW VERSION 8. TRY TAKING THE WMV FILE AND CONVERTING TO A DIFFERENT VERSION OF WMV AND WMA. TO DO THIS USE WINDOWS MEDIA ENCODER.

STEPS TO CONVERT ARE AS FOLLOWS:

1. DOWNLOAD THE ENCODER FROM VCDHELPER.COM
2. INSTALL
3. ONCE YOU HAVE DLOADED THE ENCODER RUN THE PROGRAM AND SELECT THE "BROADCAST NEW SESSION WIZARD OPTION THEN CLICK NEXT

4. SELECT "CONVERT FILE INTO AUDIO OR VIDO OPTION" THEN CLICK NEXT

5. BROWSE TO THE FILE YOU WANT TO CONVERT THEN CLICK NEXT.

6. SELECT "PLAY FROM THE COMPUTER OPTION" THEN CLICK NEXT

7. CLICK ON THE CREATE OR MANAGE PROFILES BUTTON
8. CLICK ON NEW
9. TYPE IN A NAME FOR THE NEW PROFILE AND CLICK NEXT.
10. SELECT A "TARGET AUDIENCE"(BITRATE)AND CLICK NEXT
11. SELECT VERSION OF WMV AND WMA CODEC YOU WANT TO CONVERT TO CLICK FINISH AND CLOSE THE MANAGE PROFILES BOX YOU SHOULD RETURN TO PROFILE SELECTION SCREEN.

12. SELECT THE NEW PROFILE YOU HAVE CREATED
AND CLICK FINISH.

AFTER THE ENCODER IS DONE CONVERTING TRY OPENING THE FILE UP UNDER TMPEG IN ITS NEWLY ENCODE WMV FORMAT.

i BELIEVE THAT MOST OF THE COMMANDS IN TMPEG ARE GIVEN THROUGH DOS WHICH HAS A LIMITED AMOUNT OF CHARACTERS THAT CAN BE WRITTEN ON THE COMMAND LINE AS WELL. YOU MIGHT WANT TO MOVE THE FILE TO THE A SMALLER DIRECTORY (LIKE C:) AND TRY NAMING THE FILE WITH AS FEW CHARACTERS AS POSSIBLE. BEFORE TRYING TO OPEN IT UNDER TMPG.

HOPE THIS HELPS YOU OUT.

YOURNUMBER1BADBOY

CONVERSTION OF DIFFERENT MEDIA TYPE TO AVI

TO CONVERT AVI TO ASF USE THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS CAN BE USED:(ALL OF THE LINKS TO DOWNLOAD THESE PROGRAMS CAN BE FOUND AT VCDHELPER.COM OR VCDHELP.COM)

VIRTUAL DUB(FREEWARE PROBABLY THE BEST FREEWARE VIDEO ENCODER OUT NOW)

SONIC FOUNDRY STREAM ANYWHERE(SHAREWARE 30 DAY TRIAL PROGRAM GOOD CONVERTER BUT EXPENSIVE AS HELL)

TO CONVERT AVI TO WMV USE THE FOLLOWING:

WINDOWS MEDIA ENCODER

TO COVERT MOV TO AVI:

USE TMPG FIRST TO CONVERT TO MPG THEN VIRTUAL DUB TO CONVERT TO AVI

TO CONVERT FROM RM TO AVI

TINRA

*NOTE VIRTUAL DUB VERSION 1.3C CAN CONVERT WMV VERSION 6.0 AND BELOW TO AVI. ONLY VERSION 1.3C CAN DO THIS. ON VERSION 1.4 THE PROGRAM RESTRICT CONVERSION OF ANY ASF OR WMV FILES TO AVI FOR COPYRIGHT REASONS(MICROSOFT HAS COPYRIGHT ON WMV FILES) THE PROGRAM CAN STILL BE USED TO CONVERT AVI'S TO ASF THOUGH.

Re: CONVERSTION OF DIFFERENT MEDIA TYPE TO AVI

: TO CONVERT AVI TO ASF USE THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS CAN BE USED:(ALL OF THE LINKS TO DOWNLOAD THESE PROGRAMS CAN BE FOUND AT VCDHELPER.COM OR VCDHELP.COM)

: VIRTUAL DUB(FREEWARE PROBABLY THE BEST FREEWARE VIDEO ENCODER OUT NOW)

: SONIC FOUNDRY STREAM ANYWHERE(SHAREWARE 30 DAY TRIAL PROGRAM GOOD CONVERTER BUT EXPENSIVE AS HELL)

: TO CONVERT AVI TO WMV USE THE FOLLOWING:

: WINDOWS MEDIA ENCODER

: TO COVERT MOV TO AVI:

: USE TMPG FIRST TO CONVERT TO MPG THEN VIRTUAL DUB TO CONVERT TO AVI

: TO CONVERT FROM RM TO AVI

: TINRA

: *NOTE VIRTUAL DUB VERSION 1.3C CAN CONVERT WMV VERSION 6.0 AND BELOW TO AVI. ONLY VERSION 1.3C CAN DO THIS. ON VERSION 1.4 THE PROGRAM RESTRICT CONVERSION OF ANY ASF OR WMV FILES TO AVI FOR COPYRIGHT REASONS(MICROSOFT HAS COPYRIGHT ON WMV FILES) THE PROGRAM CAN STILL BE USED TO CONVERT AVI'S TO ASF THOUGH.

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Re: WMV to avi or mov??

I've got it I've actually got it!!

The wav to convert wmv (or any other format to anything you want. If you've got the codec installed that is).

The answer is GraphEdit..
A great proggy you can download at http://www.digital-digest.com/dvd/downloads/encoding_conv.html

Here's how to do it... (example for Divx avi)

Open the program (duh)
Click file, Render media file.
By default the program will layout the codecs you need to decode.
Remove the Video render and the Direct sound device from the graph.
Goto Graph, insert filters from the menu.
From DirectShow filters insert AviMux and FileWriter (enter the export filname when prompted)
Also add Divx coder from Video compressors.
Connect audio stream from Windows media audio to avimux.
Connect video from Windows media video to divx codec.
Divx codec to avimux
and avimux to filewriter.
Hit playbutton and wait.
DONE.

This will result in Divx compressed video with uncompressed sound. (add compressors to your hearts desire.)

Re: WMV to avi or mov??

Use Windows Media Encoder 7.1
go to options, manage profiles
choose profile and then edit
make sure uncompressed is checked
load your file with new seesion choose convert file
start process file will be saved, verry large file
load resulting file into Virtualdub 1.3c
save as avi and its done

Noddy

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