DivX is an advanced MPEG-4 media format. The DivX codec can compress an MPEG-2/DVD file to nearly one-tenth its original size while retaining its original quality. The steps to encode your video project into DivX format using Video Studio 9.0 are as follows:
You need DivX codec to share your movie in the DivX format. The DivX codec can be found on the DivX site by clicking on the following link:
Download and install the DivX create bundle; (DivX codec in included in the bundle)
After the installation, open Ulead Video Studio 9 and prepare the movie to export.
From the file menu select the project properties
Step-4 Select the microsoft AVI files in the dialog box edit file format
Click the edit button
Click General tab, and on this page, set the frame rate and size of the project to be exported
Select the compression to DivX Pro X.X codec (latest version is 6.1).
Click to configure the DivX encoder
The DivX codec can be configured by further referring to the DivX site. (For further reference consult DivX 6.1 user guide, which can be downloaded at the following link: http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXUserGuide521-en.exe)
To open the advance options click the advance Tab
Enable Interleave audio and video and select : pack audio data for every 1 frame then click OK
A pop up screen in the Video Studio 9 will alert you that the project settings have changed. Click OK
At the share menu select create Video File then select save as Project Settings
Enter a file name and set save as type to Microsoft AVI files (*.avi) then click save to begin encoding you video in the DivX format.
That it. I hope that you have fun encoding your movie projects into DivX format.
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