Manual for recoding DVD to DivX with illustrations and useful links (11 parts)

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Uploaded: 23.03.2005
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The number of DVD drives in computers in the population is growing rapidly, which allows all new and new personalities to join the magical world sverhchёtkogo image (albeit on a small computer monitor) and a stunning multi-channel sound (hmm, but this is even more difficult than with the image, sometimes all this splendor is served for a couple of small plastic speakers it). True connoisseurs may wrinkle their noses, but the fact remains that a computer (or, as it is also can be called a pocket) DVD is now prevalent not less (and perhaps even more) than "normal." The only thing that upset, because this is a relatively high price of DVD discs. Position a few saves DVD rental. However, looking to rent a disc, it has to return back, while interesting movie sometimes hunt reconsider again. And again the money to pay for the rental of a pity. There inevitably comes to mind hard life of music lovers a few years ago, when people were running borrowed from each other and compact cassettes, they copied a dozen times, and then listened to the hoarse, muffled recording and happy. But then came "national" format mp3, due to which now almost every self-respecting PC owner has a private collection of music on your hard drive or burn a CD personally. No tape recorders, cassettes, loss of quality when dubbing, and the like sad effects. Of course, the pace of development of modern computer technology could not appear like mp3 technology applied to video. And she appeared.

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Instructions for running: unpack DVD_DivX.rar (1,422 KB) and open index1.html


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