Click the "Advanced Options" button first, then you will see the "Direct encoding" button.weilik said:Hey there, Koshiro,
I have a couple of questions to ask you.
Firstly, how can I determine the original video size of my DVD (320x240 or 320x192) so it will not end up being distorted after the conversion?
Finally, where can you find the ''Direct encoding'' button?
The screen that I captured :
It shouldn't really matter, since you are bypassing the video encoding. However, I always pick the computer screen.Kaper92 said:Hi, this was a previous post, but was never answered, and now I am curious as to what the answer is.
Upon start-up of PocketDivXEncoder, it prompts you to pick one of five or six devices. Which one are you supposed to pick?
I am using Cucusoft too but have one problem...All my converted movies play for awhile but the movies stall for a sec or two then the video restarts again but without sound. It continues like that with the video but still no sound. Any help would be appreciated. Let me know what settings you used.pyroboy145 said:Another program you guys could try is the one by Cucusoft. The program worked for me and a buddy. He was having video issues before upgrading to a newer version, now his is working just fine. I had never tried before just a few days ago and things went very smoothly. Also if it matters we both had the newest firmware.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who has that problem... what the heck is wrong with my video files to make it do that?! I've done Just Friends, Waiting..., Van Wilder, and Shades of Gray, and they all do that.infernox said:I am using Cucusoft too but have one problem...All my converted movies play for awhile but the movies stall for a sec or two then the video restarts again but without sound. It continues like that with the video but still no sound. Any help would be appreciated. Let me know what settings you used.
Here're my settings.
Stretch to Fit
401 kbps (output bitrate)