VS 9: Encoding in DivX format using Video Studio

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VS 9: Encoding in DivX format using Video Studio

Post by sjj1805 » Thu Nov 02, 2006 7:01 pm

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:

Step-1
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:
http://www.divx.com/divx/create/download/index.php
Download and install the DivX create bundle; (DivX codec in included in the bundle)
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Step-2
After the installation, open Ulead Video Studio 9 and prepare the movie to export.
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Step-3
From the file menu select the project properties
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Step-4 Select the microsoft AVI files in the dialog box edit file format
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Step-5
Click the edit button
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Step-6
Click General tab, and on this page, set the frame rate and size of the project to be exported
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Step-7
Select the compression to DivX Pro X.X codec (latest version is 6.1).
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Step-8
Click to configure the DivX encoder
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Step-9
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)
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Step-10
To open the advance options click the advance Tab
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Step-11
Enable Interleave audio and video and select : pack audio data for every 1 frame then click OK
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Step-12
A pop up screen in the Video Studio 9 will alert you that the project settings have changed. Click OK
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Step-13
At the share menu select create Video File then select save as Project Settings
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Step-14
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.
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That it. I hope that you have fun encoding your movie projects into DivX format.

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