> Grab the latest Xvid binary from here. Don't be afraid to get the unstable
> binary, it's all good in the hood. You'll probably also need to get some hacked
> mp3 codecs unless you want to get all ninja-technical with using LAME and
> whatnot (using LAME with VirtualDub desynchs audio, so you have to do the audio
> in a seperate program). Fuck that, I say.. if you're going to mp3, just use the
> "Radium MP3" pack. It's warez out the motherfucker since it's hacked Fraunhofer
> codecs, but ...ehhh...
seem complicated, what is the easiest to use ?
> if you want to go to OGM or MKV, on the other hand, you could just use OGG for
> the audio (I like OGG)
i like ogg too. is it easy to use ?
> Also, I recommend going to an h.264 compatible codec. Xvid and Divx are MPEG4
> (part 2) whereas h.264 is MPEG4 (part 10). Click me for a boring writeup
> click me for x264, an open source mpeg4 part 10 codec
huh.. i will read it later.. thanks for the links.
> > Also, this skipping, can it be my computer? or my crap and slow hdd ?
> skipping in playback? Probably your computer. Nuke your codecs you have
> installed right now and replace with the latest FFDshow from the x264 page.
actually is it skipping when recording video. i set up a cam and in preview it goes nicely and easy, but when i click capture, it stutters every few seconds, and it record the video stuttered (is thatīs a word) because i played back in 3 different computer, and the video stutters at the exact same points.
> > i know that probably roushi will teach me how to compress the videos ny
> > hardcore, i dont need very high quality, just medium quality (small size)
> > be great.
> Skip to page 3!
hai hai, sir.
> > EDIT : Also, is there any Genesis emulators that can record videos ? If not,
> > you can record a Genesis video, can you pm please ?
> > Thanks again.
> Sadly, that's the one feature Fusion lacks. If it had included that, it'd
> literally be perfect as far as i'm concerned :(
> However, someone has modified Gens!
> It's not nearly as good as Fusion, but it'll do!
a final question, if i record in uncompressed avi, letīs say, 6 minutes of video, how long it will take for my computer to compress it ?