> what can i use to compress avi ?
> i got virtualdub, and its working (althrough it stutters a bit every few seconds
> (the video skips a frame or two)) but its doing uncompressed avi (100mb per
> minute, argh!)
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...
if you want to go to OGM or MKV, on the other hand, you could just use OGG for the audio (I like OGG)
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
> 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.
> 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) would
> be great.
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> EDIT : Also, is there any Genesis emulators that can record videos ? If not, and
> 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!