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Budda_357
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Video Converter

Post by Budda_357 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 2:26 pm

Hi, Guys
VSO has DVD and Bluray converter programs but will their ever be a release of a standalone VSO video converter program.
I have used AVS programs a long time and when they launched their AVS4you took out a lifetime license in addition used that great free program media coder (with all the available settings took a while of trial and error to get the best results) which now has paid premium and a professional VOD versions but is it not time for VSO to release it's own video converter program please
:wink: :wink: :D
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Re: Video Converter

Post by JJ » Mon Feb 04, 2013 4:56 pm

We can dream about convert anything to anything ... yes please!
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Re: Video Converter

Post by Annelise » Tue Feb 05, 2013 8:54 am

hi

that's the next one on our list.... hopefully soon !

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Re: Video Converter

Post by Budda_357 » Sat Feb 09, 2013 12:58 am

Yeah I can't wait
unfortunately the one that is recommended AVS video converter I'm afraid does a poor job a simple 90 min flv file during conversions loads or cores 100% on my I7-2600K and still takes 27 minutes with a 600 bit rate setting and the results are not acceptable. :cry:
I've tried quite a few diff settings in the advanced options and the programs settings only has 3 re-size filters but not happy with the results :twisted:
Using CX2D V5 and VSO DVD Converter gives a 10 fold better result and only takes 7 minutes in each program to finish and only loads CPU 40%
Until VSO release their own video converter :idea: here is name suggestion for VSO for the program ConvertX to Video :mrgreen:
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Re: Video Converter

Post by MarkHenry » Thu Apr 25, 2013 9:51 am

I think you should suggest or ask at feedback form to the VSO converter team.

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Re: Video Converter

Post by Annelise » Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:38 am

MarkHenry wrote:I think you should suggest or ask at feedback form to the VSO converter team.
Don't worry, we're in contact with Budda_357 already

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