Follow up of DivX ;-) - 3ivX

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#1

I just posted the article Follow up of DivX :wink: - 3ivX.

Submitted by: N.B.
Source: http://www.3ivx.com/

Let me inform you about our new MPEG-4-based codec called 3ivx. You probably heard of DivX :wink: as a movie compression format. And indeed it’s…

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#2

wow another one !


#3

this sucks… i already have most of the movies in 3 formats…argh don’t need a 4th one.


#4

www.3ivx.com dead link… damn i hate all that codecz … i have now also 3 codec installed … divx 3avi and another one… fuck … and so can install a 4th one
damn no I’m not happy with this


#5

3ivx.com dead link?
don’t think so…


#6

DivX Codec Optimized to Create 3ivX

http://betanews.efront.com/article.php3?sid=975703356

Nieuwe codec é la DivX zal dubbel zo goed zijn
http://www.tweakers.net/nieuws.dsp?ID=14702


#7

Who cares ? DivX sucks donkey balls, and so will this “format”.

They only solid formats regarding digitally encoded movies are MPEG2/DVD and MPEG1/VCD.


#8

I don’t need a better codec than DivX. On slower PCs(


#9

SONNOVABITCH! my posting’s been eaten!


#10

so … divx sucks donkey ballz (???) … i guess not … i rip myself & i can tell no vcd will ever beat my divx-dvd rips (on 2 cds each) …

also i dont know why u all complain about installing new codecs ?? are u all such lazy pigs ? i mean installing the divx codec takes only two clicks so where is the prob ?

well ok quicktime suckz …

CU LATER … (i guess i suck donkey ballz too ?!?)


#11

??? stmok ??? posted a message at wednesday 10th januar ???


#12

who will be my follow up


#13

divx sucks, sound synchronisation is way too bad maybe 3ivx will solve these tiny problems


#14

Did you guys see the Matrix Trailer done in 3ivx?
Its good…Its in Quicktime, though…yuck…
But I wish someone will introduce a program which is fully optimised and compatible with ALL codecs. That way we don’t have to keep up with downloading and updating multiple codecs…Its a pain in the ass.


#15

Sound synchronisation? That’ll be a pproblem with the encoding, then. A shoddy encoder, be it software, or person :wink:

Keep the audio at 48khz, and you’ll be fine.